E. Mae Jacobs
E. Mae Jacobs
E. Mae Jacobs, deceased, served as principal of Ned E. Williams School when very few women in the state were school administrators.
Leslie J. White
Leslie J. White
Leslie J. White served as principal of Longview Negro High School for many years before 1945.
Boyce O. Jones
Boyce O. Jones
Boyce Orvid Jones retired in 1999 with 43 years of experience from the Longview ISD. He worked at Rollins, Mozelle Johnston, East Ward, G.K. Foster Elementary Schools.
L. H. Walker
L. H. Walker
Lloyd H. Walker,, deceased, retired in 1978 with 42 years of experience as a coach, teacher and administrator in Lonview ISD. For many years, he served as principal of Southside Elementary School.
H. B. Pemberton
H. B. Pemberton
The black high school in Marshall ISD was name for H. P. Pemberton who served as principal many years ago.
Racine Allen Mitchell
Racine Allen Mitchell
Racyne Allen Mitchell retired in 1996 with 40 years of teaching and supervisory experience from Sabine Valley Elementary School, Pine Tree ISD; Victory High School, Avinger ISD; Central Middle School, Jefferson ISD; Region VIII ESC, Mt. Pleasant, Tx; Okmulgee Service Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Washington Middle School, Pasadena, California and Nightingale Junior High School, Los Angeles Unified School District.
Oliver Wendell Timberlake
Oliver Wendell Timberlake
Oliver Timberlake , deceased, served 35 years in the Hallsville Independent School District as teacher and Principal of Galilee High School and Assistant Principal of Hallsville High School.
Elvas H. Moore
Elvas H. Moore
Elvas H. Moore, Sr. deceased, retired after having taught at Gregg County Training School and as principal of Rollins Elementary School for a total of 22 years.
J. L.Everhart
J. L.Everhart
J. L. Everhart for whom J. L. Everhart Elementary School was named served as principal of Longview Negro/Mary C. Womack High School from 1946 - the 1970's.
Melvia Lewis
Melvia Lewis
Melvia Lee Lewis, deceased, retired in 1985 with 35 years of experience as a coach, teacher, principal from the following:  Fredonia Stumptoe High School, Danville ISD;Knox City, Texas; McAfee School in New Boston, Texas;Walker School, Magnolia, Arkansas;Mayflower High School, Tatum ISD
Ned E. Williams
Ned E. Williams
Ned E. Williams, deceased, retired in 1945 with 57 years of teaching and administrative experience in the following school districts: Fredonia School, 1883-1886; Greenville School, Gregg County Training School, 1888 - 1945. The district consolidated with Longview ISD during the 1970's. The Longview Independent School District Board of Trustees recently named a new elementary campus Ned E. Williams Elementary School to be built in the Lakeport area of the district.
Bennie J. Dade
Bennie J. Dade
Bennie J. Dade, deceased, served many years as a counselor at Mary C. Womack High School, Hudson Junior High School and Longview High School. Bennie implemented the first DAEP for LISD. A building was recently named in his honor within the district.
Jacob D. Bridges
Jacob D. Bridges
Jacob D. Bridges, deceased, retired from the Longview Independent School District. His career included serving as band director at Longview Negro High School, History & Government Teacher;Founding principal with the first Black Junior High School in the district, Maggie B. Hudson Junior High School.
D. M. Brown
D. M. Brown
D. M. Brown, deceased, retired as principal of Shiloh School in the White Oak I.S.D. He served from the 1940 to the closing of the school in the '60's.
Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong
Louis "Fess" Armstrong, deceased, retired in 1985 with 45 years experience as a teacher/ administrator in Fredonia School, Danville ISD, Kilgore; East Ward Elementary School now J. L. Everhart School, Forest Park Middle School and Longview High School in Longview ISD.
Jason Whitaker
Jason Whitaker
Jason Whitaker , deceased , served in Longview ISD many years as a teacher and as an administrator at Janie Daniels Elementary School ( Northside) and Southward Elementary School.
G. T. Robinson
G. T. Robinson
Mr. G. T. Robinson, deceased, retired after serving many years as principal of Northside Elementary School in Longview ISD.
Elzie R. Williams
Elzie R. Williams
Elzie R. Williams, deceased, retired in 1964 with  52 years of teaching and administrative experience in the following schools: Gregg County Training School, Ned E. Williams High School,  became the first black Superintendent of a school district in Gregg Co in 1945.  After retirement served as President of Butler College, Tyler, Texas
Idean Flakes-Dade
Idean Flakes-Dade
Idean Flakes-Dade, deceased worked in the Longview Independent School District many years as teacher and elementary supervisor.
John T. Settle, Jr.
John T. Settle, Jr.
John T. Settle, Jr. deceased, retired in 1985 with 45 years of experience from Freeman Ridge School in Crim Chapel and Tatum Middle School in Tatum Independent School District.
Cleopatra Daniels Bell
Cleopatra Daniels Bell
Dr. Fannie Jones Willis
Dr. Fannie Jones Willis
Horace Whitaker
Horace Whitaker
Charles R. Newhouse
Charles R. Newhouse
Charles R. Newhouse, retired in 2009 with 44 years of administrative and teaching experience in the following schools: Piedmont Elementary School, East Mountain School District; Maggie B. Hudson Junior High School,  H. L. Foster Junior High School, Pinewood Park Elementary School, Meadow Pines School and Alternative Campuses, SDC, Dade, JDC, WillowBend and ABLE all in Longview Independent School District.
C.B.Dansby
C.B.Dansby
Principal of Kilgore Colored High School. The school was later named after Mr. C. B.Dansby.
O.H. Turner
O.H. Turner
O. H. Turner, deceased served as Principal of C. B. Dansby High School of Kilgore, Texas
Eunice Daniels
Eunice Daniels
Bobby E.Fortson
Bobby E.Fortson
Bobby Fortson, retired in 1996 with 36 years of experience. Worked at Wharton Training School, Wharton ISD; North Chapel High School, Sabine ISD and was principal at North Chapel High for three years.
Professor Thomas J. Downs
Professor Thomas J. Downs
Mr. Thomas J. Downs was Superintendent and Principal of Valley View High School from 1929 to 1959.  He passed away in 1959.
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Mr.McNoble Harper, (1906 -1980) retired in 1975 as a coach, teacher of vocational agriculture, mathematics, and campus principal for more than 40 years: Marietta (Gethsemane School), McLeod (Rambo School) and Atlanta ISD, retired in 1974. As basketball coach, his teams won state championships in Class B,A, and 5 A schools while his New Farmers of America Chapters wond district and state championships in parliamentary procedure. His motto" A life of service is a life that counts" in Atlanta, Tx a park bears his name.