Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson, Girls Coach

  • Coaching: 7th grade basketball and track
    Teaching: 8th grade RLA
    High School: Georgetown High School
    College: Western Governors University
    Family: I have a twin brother and parents who all live in Georgetown
    Favorite sport and memory: My favorite sport is basketball! The past 2 years I was Athletic Director at Holy Family Catholic School in Galveston, TX. I restarted the athletic program there my first year and I am very proud of the progress made there!
    Hobbies: I love to play Golf and read non-fiction, especially history and sports! I love cheering on the Astros and Baylor teams! 
    What I most look forward to each school year?  I am looking forward to contributing to the amazing culutre here at Tippit!

    Phone: 512-943-5040  

    Email: andersoni@georgetownisd.org 

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Angela Harris, Health Coordinator

  • Coaching: Cross Country and Tennis
    Teaching: Tennis, High School Health, and Teen Leadership
    High School: Jefferson High School
    College: University of Maryland and Cameron University
    Family:  In 2001, my final duty station landed me at Fort Hood, TX!  My oldest daughter was 8 years old at that time. She’s now 27.  Since then, I've had two additional children, now age 15 and 17. So, I have 3 of the best children ever!!
    Favorite sport and memory: Winning the 2018 Georgetown district Tennis championship! AWESOME!  
    Hobbies:  When I have time, I love teaching group fitness classes  and of spending time playing games and hanging out with my children.
    What I most look forward to each school year?  Honestly, I look forward to the end of each year!  I love to see the fruit of my labor in the lives of our teen generation.  It’s always gratifying to see the positive impact a school year of teaching can have on a students life!  The rewards are much greater than the sacrifice.

    Phone: 512-943-5040

    Email: harrisa@georgetownisd.org


Stephanie Kuykendall, Girls Assistant Girls Coordinator

  • Coaching:  I will be coaching 8th grade Volleyball and Track, specifically pole vault
    Teaching:6th grade PLP, Pre-Athletics and 7th & 8th Athletics
    High School: I am from Waxahachie, TX and went to High School there.
    College: I received my undergrad from Mary-Hardin Baylor where I played volleyball and met my husband. I then went to Thibodaux, LA to
    get my Masters Degree in Education.
    Family: My husband is the men's basketball coach at Southwestern University and I also have a one year old, Hudson, and a four year
    old, Emery. We also have our Tucker boy who is a white haired mutt.
    Favorite sport and memory: My favorite sport is volleyball. I played as a setter at UMHB and then went to Nicholls State where I was a
    graduate assistant for their team. One of my favorite memories from working at Nicholls was Hurricane Gustav. We as a team had gone to
    play in a tournament at The University of Alabama. While we were at the tournament, Hurricane Gustav hit Louisiana. We, as a team, were
    housed by The University of Alabama for 10 days. The University took us on tours of the campus, let us practice in their gym, showed us
    their awesome stadium and let us eat in their cafeteria! I know it sounds weird to say a hurricane is one of my favorite memories, but
    the bond my team had after going through that strange time together was unstoppable. Our team went from not making the Conference
    Tournament the year before to making it to the second round the year of the hurricane. It was a great feeling knowing that all of our girls
    supported one another and made a tough situation easier to get through. It is incredible to see a team pull together and really
    demonstrate what it means to be a family, and a teammate. 

    Hobbies: Playing with my kids, reading, supporting Tippit Titans, and watching the Southwestern Basketball team.
    What I most look forward to each school year? Getting to know the students on campus and watching our student-athletes rise to each
    occasion that is sent their way.