• Reginald Killingley

    Educational philosophy 

    Every hardworking student can experience academic and social success. The teacher's task is to facilitate this process and to guide, help, and encourage students to develop their cognitive and behavioral skills so as to reach their learning and life goals.

    Teaching credentials and professional background 

    I am certified as a secondary (Grades 6-12) history and Spanish teacher. I have also taught history and Spanish at the college level. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in history as well as graduate-level studies in educational administration, having attended the University of Southern California, Stephen F. Austin State University, The University of Texas at Tyler, and Texas A&M University-Commerce. 

    I am also certified as a bilingual/ESL teacher (Grades 1-12) and have taught in elementary (Grades 1-8) self-contained classrooms. I first came to Tyler ISD as a 5th-grade bilingual teacher in 1996. I now serve in the Early College High School teaching U.S. History and Spanish.

    In addition, I am a federally-certified court interpreter (FCCI) in English and Spanish.

    Contact information 

    Please email me at reginald.killingley@tylerisd.org or call me at 903-262-1000 extension 3967. If you leave a voicemail message, please enunciate your name and callback number clearly. My classroom is Room 205. The school number is 903-262-3040.

    Conference times

    Monday-Thursday: 9:35-11:05; Friday: 8:50-9:35


    Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays: 3:50-4:50