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Bonnie Trammell is a native Texan. She obtained a Bachelor's degree from Tarleton State University while living in Waco and travelled to Waco while teaching in Livingston ISD to earn her Masters at Tarleton State University.
While at Tarleton, Mrs. Trammell served as a co-liaison for the Tarleton Educator Preparation Program within Waco ISD. She worked closely with her mentors, fellow student-teachers, and her co-liaison to create a successful program implementation between Tarleton and Waco ISD. She was also a member of the Simpa Phu Phi and Kappa Delta Pi honor societies.
After receiving her Masters in Educational Leadership in 2016, Mrs. Trammell continued teaching in Livingston ISD and began her career as a campus administrator in 2017. After serving as Assistant Principal for three years, Mrs. Trammell transitioned to the Campus Principal role in which she’s currently serving her fourth year.
Mrs. Trammell is a life-long educator who actively strives to extend her successful educational experiences toward affecting more students’ lives daily as a school administrator. Mrs. Trammell was an avid writer and is currently authoring a book on building positive cultures. She also enjoys gardening, traveling, reading and research. Mrs. Trammell is married to a fellow life-long educator and high school administrator, William Trammell, who she shares two bonus children with, Trevor and Katelyn.