Meet Our Superintendent

Dr. Shannon Saylor

Dr. Shannon Saylor

Aubrey ISD Superintendent 

Dr. Saylor has served 29 years as a public school educator. She began as superintendent on Dec. 1, 2023 after previously serving as assistant superintendent of human resources and student services and the Title IX coordinator in Aubrey ISD. She began her career as a teacher/coach in Lewisville ISD. Dr. Saylor has served as a teacher, head volleyball coach, high school counselor, high school assistant principal and opened Monaco Elementary School as principal. She also held roles as a high school principal in Paradise and Sanger ISDs. Dr. Saylor has also completed advanced training at Harvard University Principal’s Center in Enhancing Instruction in Secondary Schools and An Evolving Vision.

As assistant superintendent in Aubrey ISD, Dr. Saylor led the District team in the creation and development of goals and tactics for the strategic plan. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she led the District’s health response, including launching the COVID-19 testing center for district staff and students; including Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) lab certification through the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Dr. Saylor chaired the Calendar, School Health Advisory and District of Innovation committees. She also led the Safe and Supportive School Program with the lead counselor and chief of police to develop plans for response and intervention to assess risks and threats. Among numerous other accomplishments, Dr. Saylor developed the District’s long range staffing plan based on the demographic report for anticipated fast growth and implementation of new courses, activities and sports.

Dr. Saylor received a Bachelor’s degree from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, LA; a Master of Education from the University of North Texas in Denton; and a Doctor of Education from Lamar University in Beaumont. She holds Texas Superintendent and Principal Certifications.