Mr. Watson is the Director of Magnet Schools at Krueger. This includes the Krueger School of Applied Technology (KSAT) and Interactive Media Applications at Krueger (iMAK). Mr. Watson graduated from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with emphasis in Math and Computer Science. He received his Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Southwest Texas State (now Texas State University). He is currently working on a doctorate in Educational Administration at Texas A&M College Station.
His career in education began teaching 6th grade math at Madison Middle School in Abilene, Texas. After moving to San Antonio, Mr. Watson taught math at Eisenhower Middle School for eight years. He taught all levels of math while at Eisenhower including GT at the 6th and 8th grades. Because of his background in technology, Mr. Watson was selected to open Reagan High School to teach SATEC Algebra I. San Antonio Technology in Education Coalition (SATEC ) was a partnership in the late 90’s between several districts in San Antonio to integrate technology into mathematics instruction. Mr. Watson’s administrative career started the next year at Reagan High School. After four years, Mr. Watson also worked as Assistant Principal at MacArthur and Lee High Schools. Most recently, Mr. Watson has been principal at Bernard Harris Middle School.
Mr. Watson is married to Anne and has two children, Layne and Abbey.