At the October 3 meeting, the Plano ISD Board of Trustees welcomed three new administrative appointments, as recommended by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Theresa Williams.
Stacy Singleton, Director of Expanded Learning Pathways
Mr. Singleton will assist the district's efforts with the Plano ISD Summer School, E-School, Virtual Academy, as well as digital platforms to assist students through the "I Lead" program, which helps high school students obtain credits necessary for graduation. With 21 years of experience in education, Stacy has spent the last two years as the College & Career Readiness Advisor. Prior to that, he spent five years at Garland ISD as the District Success Coordinator, which oversaw all online learning and summer school programs for the district.
Greg Grimes, Executive Director of Enterprise Systems
Greg brings a wealth of knowledge and information, having served in several school districts in northern Texas. He has 21 years of experience in education, the last nine of which were spent as the Director of Information Systems with McKinney ISD. He has further distinguished himself with the organizations he has been a part of. He serves on the Trusted Education Committee, where they design trusted learning environments while addressing cyber-security and data privacy concerns. He also serves as a Texas state representative for the Data Privacy Alliance.
Jordan Rios, Director of Assessment
Jordan previously served as the Assistant Principal at Plano ISD's Frankford Middle School, and was part of the Frankford family for three years. She prided herself on working with students, teachers, and families to promote academic, social, and emotional growth. Prior to her time at Frankford, she served as an Instructional Coach and science teacher at Plano ISD's Otto and Armstrong Middle School. Prior to Plano ISD, Jordan taught high school level math, science, and engineering in Carrollton-Farmers Branch while leading the Math, Engineering, Technology and Science Academy at RL Turner High School. She believes we must continue to learn and evolve in our practice to serve our students, and our community.