Jason Myers is new at Bearden High

Sandra ClarkFeature, West Knox

Jason Myers has been appointed principal of Bearden High School, replacing Dr. John Bartlett who was promoted to a supervisor for Knox County Schools. Myers joined Knox County Schools in 2008 as a teaching assistant at Fulton High School.

He also has served as a special education teacher and lead teacher. He began his career in administration in 2013 as an administrative assistant and later assistant principal at West High School. He is currently principal of Knoxville Adaptive Education Center (K.A.E.C.).

Myers holds a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in special education, both from the University of Tennessee.

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