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Aubrey ISD Board Approves Three Positions

The Aubrey ISD Board of Trustees approved the hiring of two assistant principals and a Director of Technology and Instructional Media at a special board meeting on Thursday, June 30.

Jessica Alexander was named an assistant principal at Aubrey Middle School. This is a new position, and Ms.three staff members stand in front of backdrop Alexander will be one of three assistant principals at AMS. 

Ashley Richardson was hired as the assistant principal at Fuller Elementary. She replaces Nathan Smith who was recently named principal at Fuller.

Edgar Jackson was named the Director of Technology and Instructional Media.

Ms. Alexander spent the last five years at Northwest ISD. She was named campus teacher of the year at Tidwell Middle School where she taught robotics and medical terminology. Ms. Alexander also was an AVID teacher and taught 6th grade science. 

“We are excited to welcome Ms. Alexander to our AISD family,” Aubrey ISD Superintendent Dr. David Belding said. “She has high expectations for herself and her students and has experience in a fast-growth school and district. I am confident that working with Dr. Baker and the present assistant principals at AMS, she will be an excellent leader supporting students and teachers.”

Mrs. Richardson taught 4th grade at Prosper ISD for the last seven years. She also taught at the elementary level at Plano and Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISDs.  

“We are proud to welcome Mrs. Richardson to Aubrey ISD and the Fuller Elementary family,” Dr. David Belding said. “She has a wide array of experiences that will bring great value to our students and staff at Fuller. She has a huge heart for children and I am excited to see the leadership that Mr. Smith and Mrs. Richardson will bring to Fuller Elementary.”

Mr. Jackson has worked at Aubrey ISD since 2006. Most recently, he has worked as a CTE teacher at Aubrey High School, teaching professional communications and principles of information technology. He also served as the campus technology coordinator and was the UIL Academics, NSDA and academic decathlon coach. Mr. Jackson started his career in Aubrey, teaching computers at the former Aubrey Intermediate School. 

“Mr. Jackson is an important member of our Aubrey ISD family,” Dr. Belding said. “He has made a huge impact on thousands of students during his teaching career. I am excited to see his leadership and influence grow in this new role as the Director of Technology and Instructional Media. I have no doubt that he will continue to make a positive impact on students and staff in Aubrey ISD.”