SUPERINTENDENT CHAD GEE
Superintendent Gee was born and raised in West Texas and graduated from Odessa Permian High School and earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University. He started his twenty-four year career in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD as a junior high football coach and English teacher. While teaching in HEB ISD he met his wife of twenty-two years, Stacey, who was also a new teacher in the district. From HEB, he moved to a high school coaching job in Decatur ISD and then to a larger school, Mansfield High School. He then became a defensive coordinator at both Valley View and Ft. Worth Paschal High Schools before he and his family moved to Northside ISD in San Antonio. While working at William Howard Taft High School, Mr. Gee made the decision to move into the administration side of education, so he pursued and acquired his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Sul Ross University. After acquiring his principal certification, he moved into a dual position in Hillsboro ISD where he coached and served as the assistant principal for two years before moving into administration only. His career path continued as the high school principal in Comanche, Texas where he served for three years. While at Comanche, he pursued his superintendent certification and moved into central administration as Assistant Superintendent before becoming Superintendent at Yorktown ISD. Superintendent Gee served the students, district and community of Yorktown for two and half years before moving to Kennedale ISD. Through his travels and service in different size districts, Superintendent Gee has had the opportunity to attend valuable training, work alongside, and learn from some of the best teachers and administrators in the state. Mr. and Mrs. Gee have two children; Caleigh a junior at Texas A&M University majoring in education and Colby who is a senior in Kennedale ISD. Superintendent Gee and his family are excited to be in Kennedale and look forward to helping continue the successes that KISD has experienced and working to help KISD become even greater in the future.