Coleman ISD Board Names Lone Finalist for Superintendent Position
The Coleman ISD Board of Trustees met Monday morning, June 4, 2018, and voted unanimously to name Brandon McDowell as the Lone Finalist for the superintendent position. The Texas Government Code requires the board to announce the finalist at least 21 days before final action is taken to officially hire him.
Brandon McDowell comes to Coleman ISD from Loraine ISD where he has served as superintendent since December, 2015. Mr. McDowell received his B.S. from Angelo State University, his M.Ed. from Sul Ross University and received his superintendent certification from Sul Ross University in 2015. Before coming to Coleman, Brandon taught at Cross Plains ISD, Robert Lee ISD, San Angelo ISD, was Elementary Principal at Schleicher County ISD and Superintendent of Loraine ISD. Brandon grew up in Aspermont, Texas where he graduated high school.
Brandon and his wife, Micah, have two young daughters. He feels that communication is one of the most important aspects of a successful school leader and looks forward to actively listening, keeping the community informed, allowing faculty members to contribute to the decision making process and collaborating with the school board to develop a strong vision for the district.
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