The Lamar Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees approved three new administrators at its regular May meeting.
Michelle Amos is the District’s first After-School Program Coordinator. She is a graduate of Tulsa University and has a master’s in English from the University of Houston. Amos has 14 years of experience in education, including four years teaching in Oklahoma, two years as a federal grant director, also in Oklahoma, and eight years as a program coordinator for an after-school program in Fort Bend ISD.
Deborah Bible will be an Assistant Principal at George Ranch High School. A graduate of Tarleton State University, she received her master’s degree in in Educational Leadership from the University of Texas-Permian Basin. Bible has 23 years of experience in education, including 20 years of teaching English on the secondary level and one year as an assistant principal at Snyder High School. She has served as the instructional coordinator at Foster High School since 2010.
Frederick Black will also be an Assistant Principal at George Ranch High School. Black is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University and received master’s degrees in Physical Education and Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M University. He has 12 years of experience in education, including 10 years of teaching experience in the Fort Bend and Alief school districts and two years as an assistant principal at a middle school in the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD.