Two assistant principals have joined Aubrey Independent School District for the 2020-21 school year. Pamela Foster is the new assistant principal at Aubrey High School, while Kevin Hamlin joins Aubrey Middle School as an assistant principal.
The Aubrey ISD Board of Trustees approved Ms. Foster’s position at the June board meeting, and Mr. Hamlin was approved as assistant principal at the July board meeting.
Ms. Foster worked at Frisco Independent School District for the last 13 years. She started as a special education aide and then taught 5th, 6th and 7th grade. Most recently, she was teaching 7th grade and serving as an instructional coach.
Prior to working in education, Ms. Foster spent 10 years in the criminal justice field. She was a probation and detention officer for five years and also worked as a police officer and a senior parole officer.
Ms. Foster earned her bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green University and received her Masters in Educational Administration from Dallas Baptist University.
Mr. Hamlin has 24 years of teaching experience, including the last 12 years at Little Elm Independent School District. He spent all 12 years teaching English at Little Elm High School, where he also served as the student activities coordinator and ELAR department head. He was an assistant baseball coach at Little Elm HS for eight years as well.
Mr. Hamlin was named the 2011-12 Little Elm ISD secondary teacher and high school teacher of the year.
He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Tarleton State.