Andy Jordan Educational Biography
Andy Jordan grew up in northwest Illinois and attended Stockton High School. After graduation from high school Andy Jordan attended Highland Community College, Northern Illinois University, and Western Illinois University.
Before becoming an administrator, Andy Jordan taught Physical Education and Driver's Education for 6 years at West Prairie High School which was his first job in education. Andy Jordan came to the Donovan School District in 2019 after serving five years as an administrator in Illinois schools.
Mr. Jordan has served as a High School Varsity boys basketball coach, assistant football coach, member of various committees (SIP, Handbook, Safety, Building Leadership, P.B.I.S., etc). Mr. Jordan is married to his wife, Sarah, and they have a 5 year old son and identical twin girls that are 3 years old.
University Illinois-Springfield, Springfield, IL, Est. Completion Date December 2020
Endorsement: Chief School Business Official (CSBO)
Western Illinois University, Moline, IL, 2016-2019
Major: Masters in Ed Leadership with Superintendency Endorsement (Ed.S)
Western Illinois University, Moline, IL, 2012-2014
Major: Masters in Educational Administration with Type 75
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, 2007-2010
Bachelor of Science, May 2010
Majors: Physical Education
Endorsements: Driver Education
Highland Community College, Freeport, Illinois, 2005-2007
Major: Associates of Arts Degree
Stockton High School, Stockton, Illinois, Class of 2005
High School Diploma
Andy's passion outside of education has always been basketball and raising money for underprivileged youth in his hometown. He had founded and organized the Stockton 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament from 2005-2018. He has also enjoyed being on the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association's Class A/AA All State Voting Committee. While in the position of head boys basketball coach Andy turned the West Prairie Varsity Team around and got them into the Illinois AP top 15 ranking for class 1A. He also has increased dual credit opportunities for Donovan students with neighboring districts. He has improved curriculum by supplementing curriculum with IXL for his schools.