Britt Eads, Facilities and Transportation Supervisor for Chester County School District, was named the 2021 Tennessee School Plant Manager of the Year, at the recent 42nd Annual TSPMA Conference in Pigeon Forge.
Eads is currently in his fifth year as Facilities and Transportation Supervisor, with 24 years of experience as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, building principal, and supervisor. His key accomplishments include the recent completion of renovations and additions to Chester County High School, the completion of new constructions for high school baseball and softball facilities, and a major renovation to Williams Auditorium, which serves as a community venue for many productions that benefit the county.
Troy Kilzer, II, Superintendent of Chester County Schools, had this to say regarding Eads. “Coach Eads has a passion for the students and staff of Chester County and has committed the majority of his working years to meet their needs sacrificially. His encouraging personality, character, and demeanor warrant the recognition.”
The Tennessee School Plant Management Association is comprised of school facility directors from across the state.
They hold three conferences each year, as well as keep districts informed as to changing legislature and updates that specifically concern K-12 facilities.