LOISD Superintendent - Janeé Carter
The Lone Oak Independent School District Board of Trustees named Janeé Carter the Superintendent of Lone Oak ISD Schools on March 4, 2021. Upon accepting her new position she stated,
“There are no words to express the joy I feel. Having graduated from Lone Oak and with both of my children growing up Buffaloes, my love and commitment to this district runs strong and deep. I can think of no better way to spend my life than by giving back to the school, people and community that gave me so much. Once a Buffalo...always a Buffalo.”
Mrs. Carter served as the Lone Oak High School Principal for four years prior to becoming Superintendent. She is extremely proud and honored to be selected as the Superintendent, having graduated from Lone Oak in the Class of 1997.
Carter earned her bachelors in 2001 from Texas A&M University in interdisciplinary studies. She began her teaching career at Garland ISD, where she coached and taught at the elementary and middle school levels. Mrs. Carter was then promoted to a district curriculum and instructional specialist for three years. During this time, she conducted district-wide staff development sessions, created district curriculum, and mentored new or struggling teachers. In 2001, she took her first assistant principal role at Stephens Elementary, where she later moved into the principal position.
She is married to Dennis Carter and is the mother of 2 daughters, Avery, who is a sophomore in college, and Addison, who is entering the 9th grade.