To begin on July 1st, 2022, the Pontotoc Technology Center Board of Education unanimously decided to hire Travis Graham as its new superintendent.
PTC has made the right decision by unanimously hiring Travis Graham as superintendent, and that excites me. His ability to lead our full-time and BIS programmes to continued success and growth has our full confidence, “said Dr. Phillip Fuller, President of the PTC Board.
Pontotoc Technology Center and the communities we serve have given me the opportunity to grow as a person and as a professional.” “I’m looking forward to working with PTC’s fantastic staff and partners,” Graham said.
Graham was born and raised in Oklahoma, where he attended high school at Asher. He earned his Associate’s Degree in Business Administration at Frank Phillips College in Borger, Texas, where he earned his Associate’s Degree in Business Administration. After that, he went to Chickasha, Oklahoma’s University of Science and Arts, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree. At East Central University, he earned a master’s degree in education administration. Previously, Graham served as an administrator at Holdenville ISD and Ada City Schools, and he currently serves as the Dual Superintendent for Moss and Calvin Schools.
Our new superintendent, Travis Graham, has been welcomed by the PTC Board with open arms.” PTC’s future is bright, thanks in large part to Mr. Graham’s plans. With him and the entire PTC team, we hope to continue making this a great place for our district’s high school students and residents to find amazing opportunities.” John Anderson, a PTC Board Vice President, made the comments.
It is part of a network of 29 career technology centers across Mississippi. A total of 40,638 people lived in the PTC service area as of the 2010 census. Ada, Allen, Byng, Latta, Roff, Sasakwa, Stonewall, Tupelo, and Vanoss are just a few of the school districts that are served by the school.