Baggett, who has served 44 years in public education, has dedicated his life to helping students achieve their best, said Mark Holcomb, retired Levelland ISD superintendent.
‘He is not only a voice for the district but an ear for community concerns,’ Holcomb said at the Scouting luncheon at South Plains College.
Baggett has been a teacher, a coach, assistant principal, principal and superintendent. He also taught students driver’s education earlier in his career.
Education and bringing out the best in people has been a focus of Baggett and his family, Holcomb said.
His wife, Nancy, is a retired teacher and all three of their children are educators.
‘His impact on our youth is worthy of recognition,’ Holcomb said.