Heath Morrison, Superintendent
Award-Winning Superintendent and Education Leader
Heath Morrison, superintendent, is a Charlotte-based education leader, former President of McGraw-Hill School Group, and current superintendent for Montgomery ISD. With a career spanning the private and public sectors of education, he has amassed over 30 years of experience in the industry. Heath, who had some trouble in school as a child, has made supporting teachers the main mission in his career. It was motivated educators that set his grades and relationship with school back on track, and it is them who he works to honor.
Throughout his long career, Heath Morrison has won multiple awards and accolades. He was named the Nevada Superintendent of the Year in 2011, as well as the AASA’s 2012 Superintendent of the Year, a nationally-recognized award. He has also been featured as a speaker in a number of events, including the School Superintendents Association’s Leading With Equity Webinar Series, which took place in November 2020. Heath was also a featured speaker at the 2021 REMOTE K12: The Connect Teacher Summit, which was hosted by Arizona State University.
Currently, Heath Morrison is the superintendent for Montgomery Independent School District in Montgomery, Texas.
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