William Trammell is a native Texan from Richardson. He obtained a Bachelor
degree from The University of North Texas in Denton and a Masters degree
from Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
While at UNT, Mr. Trammell served as a Music Ambassador to Venezuela,
South America. He performed with the UNT Marching Band, Wind Ensemble
as well as the Tuba-Euphonium Quartet. He also was a member of the Phi
Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity and MENC chapters.
While working on a Masters from Baylor, Mr. Trammell was part of the
Studies/Summer Institute in England where he wrote, Today’s Elite Schools:
A Study of Charter Schools in the United States and Academy Schools in
After receiving his Masters in Educational Leadership in 2013, Mr. Trammell
became the Assistant Principal at Mexia Junior High School and transitioned
to the high school level at Livingston High School..
Mr. Trammell’s previous teaching experiences prior to his appointment at
Livingston ISD were with Mexia, Midway, Garland, Cleburne, Abilene,
Lewisville and Lake Worth Independent School Districts.
Mr. Trammell has been awarded the Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers
both in 2000 and 2005 editions. In addition, he received honors from The
National Society of High School Scholars in 2004. Mr. Trammell was a Clinician
with the prestigious Texas Music Educators Association – Successful Job
Transitioning, February 2005. In the March 2006 edition of Southwestern
Musician, Mr. Trammell became a published author on “Successful Job
Mr. Trammell is a lifelong educator who is now extending his successful
educational experiences toward affecting more students’ lives daily as a
school administrator. Mr. Trammell was an avid baseball player and is
currently a water ski enthusiast. He also enjoys the fine arts, gardening,
traveling, reading and history. Mr. Trammell is married to an elementary
educator, Bonnie. He is also a father of four children, Heather, Christi,
Trevor and Katelyn.