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Marvin L. Rainwater

Executive Director

The Career Center

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Employment History

Teacher, Coach, Assistant Principal, Counselor

Killeen Independent School District


Affiliations

Brockley Moore

Board Of Trustees


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"We are door openers," said Marvin Rainwater, Career Center Executive Director.
Marvin Rainwater, Killeen Independent School District Career Center Executive Director, talks about the growth and future of the local community and how it reflects the new KISD Career Center at the schools new building dedication August 26. (Photo by Staff Sgt.


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Marvin Rainwater - executive director for the KISD Career Center.


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When the Killeen Independent School District's new Career Center opens this fall, longtime educator Marvin Rainwater will serve as its executive director.
"I was very excited and a little frightened because the district has been working on (the center) for the past two years," said Rainwater, principal at Willow Springs Elementary School. "It's a bright shining star, and I'll do everything I can to help (the center) succeed." Rainwater has spent 40 years in the Killeen school district, working as a teacher, coach, counselor, assistant principal and principal. He was the principal at Ellison High School for 23 years, retiring in 2009, he left retirement after a year for the job at Willow Springs. As the center's executive director, which is similar to a school principal, Rainwater will work with high school students once again. "With the little kids, they love you and think your superman; with the high school kids, they make you work for it," said Rainwater.


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Posted in Education on Friday, May 30, 2014 4:30 am. | Tags: Lotteries, Raffle, Aya Eneli, Jim Nichols, Charitable Organization, Marvin Rainwater, Killeen Independent School District, Texas, County Attorney


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From left, Diana Kayne, Killeen Independent School District board clerk, administers the oath of office to newly elected trustees Terry Delano and Marvin Rainwater during a school board meeting Tuesday at the Killeen ISD Central Office.


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