Cleburne ISD trustees skilled a “meet and greet” all through Monday’s college board meeting with the introduction of 5 directors who were being authorized for employment.
Two were acquainted faces, like that of Cleburne Higher College Assistant Principal Alyce Bell, who will now serve as District Coordinator of Evaluation. Bell fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Janet Helmcamp. Cleburne Superior University Lead Counselor Glenna Pollock is also transferring into an administrative situation as the new Director of Direction and Counseling.
Michelle Smith was released as Director of University/Occupation Readiness and State-of-the-art Academics. Smith comes to Cleburne from Mansfield ISD, the place she has served for 15 many years in the part of direct significant faculty counselor at Frontier STEM Academy and Ben Barber Innovation Academy.
Ross Environmentally friendly, who was a member of the CHS English Section school for eight several years, has been approved as the English/Language Arts/Looking through and Pre-Kindergarten Coordinator for the district. Environmentally friendly has been the assistant principal at Acton Elementary Faculty in Granbury the final 3 several years.
Daniel Hippman was welcomed by trustees as the new assistant principal for Smith Middle University, pursuing the resignation of Dustin Conn. Hippman provides 25 yrs of knowledge to the administrative write-up, with a resume that consists of head band director, elementary math expert and intermediate faculty science teacher.
Bell has a full of 25 a long time in education and learning, commencing in Burleson as an elementary teacher, heading on to serve as an English as a Second Language Expert, Looking at and Math Interventionist and Tutorial Mentor. She arrived to CISD in 2012 as an tutorial mentor at Wheat Center University prior to staying named Tutorial Dean and Tests Coordinator. She has also served as an assistant principal at Irving and Coleman Elementary Faculties prior to becoming a member of the administrative crew at CHS in 2020.
“I’m extremely thrilled to be serving in CISD in this new capability,” Bell said. “I’ve always loved overseeing our tests administrations at the campus amount. I’m hunting ahead to performing with all our faculties.”
Pollock’s 28 decades in schooling is highlighted by 20 years as an elementary and Specific Education and learning counselor, with the the greater part of her job devoted to pupils at CHS. Pollock was amongst the countrywide honorees in the 2019 Faculty Board Counselor Recognition Plan.
As director of Advice and Counseling, which is a new administrative position, she will plan, create, coordinate, educate and offer leadership to the district guidance and counseling method in her perform with campus counselors and students getting served.
“I’m thankful for the option,” Pollock stated. “This is a new place I’m so psyched about. I’m also happy to perform in a district that sees the worth of mental well being supports for our students and staff members — which is incredible.”
As an 8-yr member of the CHS faculty, Inexperienced taught English, Pre-AP English and English as a 2nd Language. He has a Bachelor’s Diploma in English, Writing and Rhetoric from St. Edward’s University and a Master’s Degree in Differentiated Instruction from Concordia College. Inexperienced is a member of the CHS Class of 2006.
“I’m thankful for the option to come back again to Cleburne and be able to aid the mission and eyesight of this district,” Green stated. “I’m psyched to assistance our teachers — as they assistance pupils.”
Smith has a full of 25 several years in education and learning. She commenced her occupation as an English trainer with Crowley ISD, adopted by eight a long time as a high faculty counselor in the Springtown and Mansfield faculty districts, preceding her advertising to lead counseling positions in MISD.
“This is an wonderful opportunity in coming to Cleburne,” Smith said. “I just cannot hold out to soar into the CISD family and be a part of all we do for students.”
Hippman’s resume contains five several years as an assistant band director in Arlington ISD, adopted by 12 a long time as the head director at Arlington’s Ferguson Junior Substantial. He has spent the earlier eight years with Mansfield ISD.
Hippman expressed his gratitude to trustees for the opportunity to provide the Smith local community.
“As a band director and classroom trainer, I’m searching ahead to utilizing my practical experience to empower our learners to turn into resilient, innovative and creative lifelong learners,” he claimed. “I want our pupils to depend on their observations and empathy to locate and fix difficulties, acquire threats, mirror on their finding out and demonstrate superb character. I am quite thankful to our school board, District administration and Principal Amber White for entrusting me with this amazing responsibility.”
Contractual hires introduced at the conference also bundled Natalie Alvarez, occupational therapist — Fulton Chandler DeVine, Specific Training Inclusion trainer — Wheat Audrey Dobrenn, CISD English Learner Instructional Specialist Sundi Forsythe, Dad or mum/Loved ones Engagement Liaison — Adams Elementary School Tessa Maurer, science instructor — CHS Deidra Morgan, Dad or mum/Spouse and children Engagement Liaison — CHS/Staff School Lisette Poindexter, 3rd grade trainer — Marti Elementary University Allison Rodden, English/language arts/reading through instructor — Smith Aurelia Sauceda, 2nd grade bilingual trainer — Cooke Elementary Faculty Kimberly Saucedo, Guardian/Relatives Engagement Liaison — Smith Hallie Steele, math teacher — Smith Jarrod Totman, Distinctive Training Bridges teacher — Wheat Alyssa VanWinkle, Dad or mum/Household Engagement Liaison — Gerard Elementary College Marealbe Velasques, Parent/Spouse and children Engagement Liaison — Santa Fe Elementary School Ashley Abair, conduct interventionist — Fulton Diana Flores, English as a 2nd Langue aide — Wheat Audra Ibarra, receptionist — Coleman Elmentary College and Shay Avenue, counseling secretary — CHS.