Randle traces career success to teachers – The Banner-Press

Originally published in The Banner-Press. Written by Arthur Hahn. Dr. Thomas Randle has come a long way from a two-room school house in Independence. Randle, a Washington County native who says he proudly tells people he’s from Brenham, now leads a 32,000-student district that has consistently racked up an impressive list of prestigious honors. He has served as Lamar Consolidated ISD’s school superintendent since 2001, accumulating a number of personal accolades himself. Eighteen years with the same school district is almost unheard of in an age where the normal “tenure” for a public school superintendent is three or four years..

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