Dr. Mark Foust was named Chief of Schools at Fort Bend ISD’s May 16 board meeting.
Foust is currently an assistant superintendent, a position he’s held for the past three years. Previously, he served as the principal of Dulles High School for six years after serving as associate principal at Travis High School and assistant principal at Dulles High School. Dr. Foust began his career as an English teacher at Kempner High School in 1996.
“Mark brings two decades of proven success as both a teacher and an administrator here in Fort Bend ISD,” said Dr. Phillys Hill, Chief Academic Officer. “His role as assistant superintendent the past three years, overseeing instructional programs for 15 schools, has prepared him for this next level of leadership and collaboration.”
As Chief of Schools, Dr. Foust will be responsible for oversight of school administration for the District’s 75 campuses, the Curriculum and Instruction Department, the District’s assistant superintendents, and effective implementation of instructional programs and initiatives.
Dr. Foust received his Bachelor of Arts in history from Texas A&M University and a Master of Education in Administration and Supervision from the University of Houston-Victoria. He received his Doctor of Education from the University of Houston.