Born into a family of educators, Jo-Lynette Crayton has made great strides in her career. Crayton is currently the first black female Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Learning Services in Killeen ISD.

She began teaching in Louisiana and taught there for four years. After, she moved to Texas and has been here for 26 years. Here she served as a classroom teacher, reading interventionist, Campus Instructional Specialist, Assistant Principal, Principal, Director for Leadership Development, Executive Director and Chief Learning Officer prior to holding her current position.

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