Assistant Principal's Message
I began my journey with Lewisville ISD at Lewisville High School in the 2007-2008 school year. After teaching Social Studies for 5 years, I moved to LHS Harmon for one more year as a teacher. The 2013-2014 school year saw a change in professions, as I became the assistant principal at Bridlewood Elementary.
Seeing the learning students experience is the single most important thing that professionals in education can be a part of. We live in a time where the quantity of accumulative human knowledge is accessible at unprecedented levels. As educators we are tasked with teaching an ever evolving culture of students skills that are relevant for their own future. Students need ownership, engagement, and relevance in learning to be most successful.
I also work with many adults who are committed to shaping the future by facilitating student learning. The faculty at Bridlewood is working hard to utilize tools that have the greatest impact on students. Those tools can be seen in a variety of formats from technology, interactive experiences, and student driven instruction. The school culture is in the hands of the teachers, and my personal goal is to get them anything they could possibly need that helps kids and fosters learning.
Every day is exciting, as I never know what challenges and celebrations will be had in a single given day. The lack of routine is one of the things I love most about this position. There is no such thing as a "dull" day. Being in administration is by far the most rewarding position I have ever been a part of and I look forward to continuing to serve the students, faculty, and community of LISD.