Fowler named Jefferson Middle School vice principal

Oak Ridge Schools Superintendent Bruce Borchers has announced that Benjamin Fowler has been selected to serve as the vice-principal of Jefferson Middle School.

Fowler earned his Bachelor of Arts from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) in 2005 with a major in English literature and technical writing and a minor in Appalachian studies. He earned his Master of Education in curriculum and instruction (2006), his educational specialist (2020), and is in the final year of his educational doctorate in instructional leadership (expected 2023) at Lincoln Memorial University (LMU), according to a news release.

Fowler began his teaching career as an intern at Oak Ridge High School in 2006 and secured his first teaching job at Anderson County High School in 2007, as an English teacher in the first year of their Freshman Academy. He became department chair in 2009.

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