Flanary has served as assistant principal of GTC during the 2021-2022 school year. Prior to his time at GTC, he served as the Career-Technical and Early-Post Secondary Opportunities Education Facilitator in Sullivan County, Interim Principal at Indian Springs Elementary, and Assistant Principal of Sullivan South High School. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Technology from East Tennessee State University, and both a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and an Educational Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Lincoln Memorial University. He proudly served his country as a United States Marine.
Flanary and his wife, Adriane, have been married for 18 years, and they are parents to Ava (Age 15) and Ana (Age 11).
“I'm blessed, honored, and humbled to be able to serve the Greene Technology Center as Principal,” Flanary said. “I, along with the faculty and staff, will continue to build upon the foundation of excellence and pledge to provide the best experiences and opportunities for our students and families. I look forward to cultivating relationships with business and industry leaders within the community while expanding our work-ready and post-secondary partnerships.”
Director of Greeneville City Schools Steve Starnes said, “We are excited to welcome someone with Mr. Flanary’s career and technical experience and passion in the position of the GTC principal. We look forward to working with Aaron to provide opportunities for students.”
Director of Greene County Schools David McLain said,”Mr. Flanary has proven that he is an excellent educator and will do a great job leading GTC.”