BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Director of Bowling Green High School’s Grade 9 LEAD Academy, Cedric Browning has been appointed Director of Operations for Bowling Green Independent Schools. He will move to the post at the district office effective July 1, 2021.
As director of operations, Bowling Green City Schools says primary responsibilities will include leading the transportation department, overseeing facilities and grounds, district safety and security, as well as career and technical programs. Other duties include district insurance management, inventory, asset management, tendering, and asset procurement.
Browning says, “I am truly honored and honored to have been selected to join our District Leadership Team as Director of Operations. I look forward to the opportunity to work more closely with the amazing staff in our transportation, facilities and maintenance departments. I hope to maintain the standard set by these hard-working men and women that “excellence is worth the effort”. “
Browning spent 18 years in education and four as an assistant principal at Bowling Green High School. Prior to becoming Deputy Principal, he worked as a teacher, program manager, SBDM board representative and technology specialist at Bowling Green Junior High.
Through his various roles, Browning has been responsible for student discipline, school safety, as well as school-level support services such as transportation and custody maintenance.
Superintendent Gary Fields adds: “Mr. Browning has been a leader in our district as a teacher and school administrator. He has always shown a passion to help all students and to defend his colleagues. I can’t wait for Cedric to join our District Leadership Team. “
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