Dr. Jonathan Kee is entering his 3rd year as Director of Schools for the Huntingdon Special School District. A 2000 graduate of Huntingdon High School, Dr. Kee earned his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with an additional Math Endorsement from Union University in 2004. Additionally, he has earned a Master of Education in Educational Leadership (Trevecca Nazarene University, 2006), Education Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction (Union University, 2010), and Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (Union University, 2011). During his time at Union University, he was a member of the Men’s Basketball team. In 2021, he received the Meritorious Alumni Award from Union University.
He began his teaching career at Huntingdon Middle School in 2005 where he taught 8th grade Math for 2 years. He also taught high school math for 2 years at Huntingdon High School from 2007-2009. During his professional career, he has coached Middle School Boys Basketball (2005-2006, 2012-2013), High School Boys Basketball (2006-2009, 2013-2019), and High School Boys and Girls Tennis (2007-2009). He was Principal of Huntingdon Middle School from 2009-2014 and Huntingdon High School from 2014-2021.
Dr. Kee currently serves on the TSSAA (TN Secondary Schools Athletic Association) Legislative Council, Town of Huntingdon Industrial Board, and the United States Selective Service Board. Dr. Kee and his wife, Heather, have 3 children (Livi Anne, Jon Wilson, and Adaline). They attend First Baptist Church Huntingdon where he serves as a Sunday School teacher and Deacon. According to Dr. Kee, his primary goal in education is to give back to others what has been freely given to him. He states, “I have been gifted so much more than I ever deserve. I simply want to give to others what has been given to me because it does make a difference.” He credits his parents and loving family, teachers, and coaches for making a profound impact on his life.