Principal's Bio

Beth Roeder has proudly worked for Anderson County Schools since 1987.   Before being hired by the school system she worked for the Tennessee Department of Corrections, Anderson County Juvenile Court and Knox County Juvenile Court.   Mrs. Roeder first began teaching at Clinton High School as a special education teacher.   She became a member of the central office staff as an Attendance Facilitator, a Pre-School Coordinator and a Project Teach facilitator.  In 2006, she was lucky enough to be placed at Andersonville Elementary School.  This has been the most rewarding position of her career.

Mrs. Roeder graduated from The University of Tennessee Knoxville in  1983 with a B.S. in psychology and a minor in sociology.  In 1991, she also received her M. S. from the University of Tennessee Knoxville in special education.  Her Ed.S was earned from Tennessee Technological University in 2003 in Instructional Leadership.

Beth has been married for 27 years to Dennis Roeder and they have two amazing children; Emily, age 23, and Ethan, age 19.