Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Patrice Robinson

My name is Patrice Robinson, and I am honored to serve as the District Instructional Specialist in Killeen ISD for Career and Technical Education and STEM.  I was born and raised in the “hospitality” state where I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a Master of Science degree in Workforce Educational Leadership from Alcorn State University in Lorman and Mississippi State University in Starkville.  My teaching and coaching journey started in 2003 at North Panola High School with an awesome team, teaching biology, coaching track, and color guard for the band.   

In 2007, my husband and I moved to South Korea where I lead military families as the Family Readiness Liaison for the U.S. Army and taught English to students at Seoul National University.  After our permanent change of station, we moved to Killeen in 2009 where I taught all levels of biology with an awesome team at Killeen High School and was the science team leader. I have continued to work on amazing teams at Reeces Creek Elementary, and Killeen Career Center. The lesson that transcends all roles is serving the unique and individual needs of all students no matter the situation.   

Our district is dedicated to serving students and we work hard to ensure that students are safe, prepared, competitive, and learning to their maximum potential.  My husband and I have been married for 14 years and have three children, Damoni, Brandon, and Chloe.  Damoni is a military police in the U.S. Army, Brandon graduated from Killeen ISD and is currently a senior at Texas State University, and Chloe is a 5th grader in Killeen ISD.  I am blessed to continue supporting all students to be successful.