FORT CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY — August 10, 2021 — Joshua Adams, the Department of Defense Education Activity Kentucky community superintendent, announces Andrea Marr as the new principal for Fort Campbell High School at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
“Ms. Marr has a strong background in secondary education and leadership,” said Adams. “As an instructional leader, she has successful experience in leading professional learning communities and promoting a positive school climate. We look forward to her joining the Fort Campbell community.”
Andrea Marr has been affiliated with military-connected communities for more than 20 years as a service member and educator.
She began her educational career in Harnett County School District as a high school English and history teacher in Spring Lake, North Carolina. She also worked as a secondary instructional coach and common core implementation leader for language arts in this district. Marr then worked for the Yuma Union High School District in Yuma, Arizona, where she served as the Ready Now Yuma director of Cambridge international curriculum. During her time as director, she oversaw multiple high schools and worked with the Helios Education Foundation to successfully improve examination scores for ACT and Cambridge Assessments.
Marr joined DoDEA in 2017 as the Barsanti Elementary School assistant principal in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Currently, she is the principal of Murray Elementary School at Fort Stewart, Georgia.
Marr has an educational specialist degree in educational leadership and administration from Liberty University, a master’s in administration from Walden University, a bachelor’s from Fayetteville State University, and a K-12 structured English immersion endorsement from Arizona Western University. Marr is an Army veteran, who served as a military police officer and a member of The Old Guard in Arlington, Virginia.