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LISD Board of Trustees announces new executive principal assignments

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LISD Executive Principals

The following is a news release from Lubbock Independent School District:

The Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees announced four new executive principal assignments this morning that will begin in the 2018-2019 school year. The previous administration structure has been redesigned to provide more support to campuses, beginning in July 2018.

Melissa Portwood was named as the executive principal for the Coronado High School feeder pattern. Portwood has been the principal at Hardwick Elementary School since 2007. She began her career in Lubbock ISD in 1986 as a fourth-grade teacher and served as an assistantprincipal in the district from 2001-2007. Portwood received a bachelor’s degree in education from Texas Tech University and a master’s degree in educational administration from Lubbock Christian University.

Lori Alexander will serve as the executive principal for the Estacado High School feeder pattern and the Talkington School for Young Women Leaders. Alexander has been the principal at Dunbar College Preparatory Academy for the past three years and has been as a principal in Lubbock since 2003. She earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Texas Tech University and a master’s degree in elementary education from Lubbock Christian University. Alexander is entering her 28th year in Lubbock ISD.

Damon McCall will be the executive principal for the Lubbock High School feeder pattern. McCall has been the principal at O.L. Slaton Middle School since 2016. Before coming to Lubbock ISD, he spent 20 years in Roosevelt ISD where he served as a teacher, assistant principal andprincipal. He earned a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of North Texas and a master’s degree in educational administration from Wayland Baptist University.

Amy Stephens will serve as the executive principal for the Monterey High School feeder pattern. Stephens has been the principal at Bayless Elementary School since 2015. She began her career in Lubbock ISD in 1997 as a teacher at Stubbs Elementary School. Stephens has been aprincipal in the district since 2008. She earned a bachelor’s degree in in early childhood/elementary interdisciplinary education from the Angelo State University and a master’s degree in educational administration from Lubbock Christian University.

(News release from Lubbock Independent School District)

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