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Mr. Chris Anderson
Red Oak ISD Athletic Director: Chris Anderson
Coach Anderson joined Red Oak ISD in January of 2017 after serving as Assistant Athletic Director for Duncanville ISD for seven years. During his tenure in Duncanville, student athletes won three state championships and frequently progressed to playoffs.
Coach Anderson began his career in Duncanville as a volunteer assistant coach in 2000, and he worked his way up to the position of Head Baseball Coach in 2007. During his time as a baseball coach, the Duncanville baseball teams made eight playoff appearances and competed in one state tournament.
Three years later, he was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director.
Anderson’s ties to Duncanville go back to his days as a high school baseball player. He played first base for legendary coach Bob Rombach. Anderson went on to play as a pitcher and first baseman at Navarro College and the University of Texas. During which, he was a member of the 1996 Southwest Conference Championship baseball team. He returned to Duncanville as a volunteer coach and an assistant coach.
Anderson said his top priority in Red Oak will be to build relationships with Red Oak ISD’s students, families, coaches and community members.
In addition to coaching, Anderson taught high school math for several years. During that time he served as department leader and helped implement computer-based curriculum.
Coach Anderson earned a Master’s and Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Dallas Baptist University. His wife Michelle is a high school counselor, and they have three children: Annabel, Amelia, and Jacob.