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Doug Wilson
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Phone: 785-225-6633 Email: Doug Wilson Ell-Saline MS/HS
414 East Anderson Brookville Kansas 67425

Doug Wilson, Ell-Saline Junior/Senior High School Principal, has been involved in education for the past 27 years.  Mr. Wilson started his career as an elementary school teacher in Southwest Kansas.  Over the course of his career he has taught many different subjects as well as coached a variety of athletics.  He has had a self-contained 5th grade classroom, departmentalized 6th grade classes, middle school science, and elementary, middle school, and high school physical education and health.  In addition to his teaching he has coached basketball for 25 years, volleyball for 17 years, club volleyball for 10 years, and filled in on several occasions in football and track and field

Mr. Wilson’s administration experience began in 2014 as he served as the K-12 principal for Hanover Schools for two years before coming to Ell-Saline in 2016.  Mr. Wilson’s favorite part of being an educator is the relationships he builds with his students, athletes, and colleagues.  “Education is about making a difference in the lives of young people and advocating for what is best for kids.  That is my focus and purpose as an educator.” 

Mr. Wilson loves being a member of the Ell-Saline School system.  “Ell-Saline has so many amazing students that I love coming to work and surrounding myself with them.  I also enjoy being around the outstanding teaching staff and support staff in our building.  The faculty and staff truly care about the kids in our school building.  Our school also has a wonderful supportive community that helps drive the success of our school.”

Mr. Wilson has been married for 24 years to his wife Cary.  They have three children, Aubrey 22, Kade and Keala 13.  He loves watching his kids compete in athletics and spending time at home.      

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