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BGISD Hires Director of Operations

Cedric Browning has been named Director of Operations for Bowling Green Independent Schools. He will move from his current role as Principal of the 9th grade LEAD Academy at Bowling Green High School to the district office beginning July 1, 2021. As Director of Operations, primary responsibilities will include directing the transportation department, as well as overseeing facilities and grounds, district safety and security, and career and technical programs. Other duties include managing district insurance, inventory, asset management, bidding and property acquisition. 

Browning says, “I am truly humbled and honored to be selected to join our district leadership team as Director of Operations.  I cannot wait for the opportunity to work more closely with the amazing staff from our transportation, facilities and maintenance departments.  I hope to continue the standard set by these hard working men and women, that “Excellence is Worth The Effort.”

Browning has eighteen years of experience in education with four as an assistant principal of Bowling Green High School. Prior to becoming assistant principal, he worked as a teacher, curriculum leader, SBDM council representative, and technology specialist at Bowling Green Junior High. 

Through roles as a school administrator, athletic director, coach and teacher leader, Browning has a wide range of experiences managing both students and staff. He has been responsible for student discipline, school safety, as well as school-level support services such as transportation, and custodial maintenance.

Superintendent Gary Fields says, “Mr. Browning has been a leader in our district as a teacher and as a school administrator. He has consistently demonstrated a passion for helping all students as well as being an advocate for colleagues. I am looking forward to having Cedric join our district leadership team.”

Browning has both a Bachelors and Masters Degree from Murray State University, a Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of the Cumberlands.





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