Dr. Randy Reid joined Keller ISD in the summer of 2012, to begin the District's 102nd year of providing education to the students of our community.
Dr. Reid came to Keller after spending five years as the superintendent of Tyler ISD. While in Tyler, he lead the largest school system in East Texas – 18,500 students – and implemented a new curriculum which saw improved academic performance and closed achievement gaps, especially among mathematics and science. He also oversaw the passage of a $125 million bond in 2008 that built five new elementary schools and renovated two others. Tyler ISD maintained a balanced budget during his tenure, while avoiding the use of the district's fund balance, despite the loss of $12 million in state and federal funding.
Prior to his time in Tyler, Dr. Reid spent two years as Superintendent of Celina ISD. He began his career as a teacher and eventually moved into educational administration in Richardson ISD. He served as RISD's Assistant Superintendent from 2000-05 before becoming Celina ISD's Superintendent.
All of Dr. Reid's 31 years of experience in education have been served within the state of Texas. The Dallas native holds a Bachelor's Degree from Baylor University, and a Master's Degree and Doctorate in Education Administration from Texas A&M University at Commerce.
Dr. Reid and his wife Vickie have three sons, two of which are currently teachers in the Dallas area, with the youngest a student at Baylor University.
Brown Bag Lunch Schedule