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Adam Gray Named Principal of DeLay Middle School

Gray will join DeLay after serving as the principal of Vickery Elementary since 2018.

adamgrayOn April 8, Lewisville ISD announced the appointment of Adam Gray as the new principal of DeLay Middle School. Gray has been the principal of Vickery Elementary since 2018, and also served as principal of Polser Elementary from 2014-2018. 

“I am honored to be named the new principal of DeLay,” Gray said. “The Harvesters have an impressive legacy, and I am eager to continue their tradition of excellence. I look forward to collaborating with DeLay’s exceptional staff members, and connecting with the students and families that make DeLay such a special place.” 

Gray began his career as an adjunct professor at American University before becoming a professor of English at Kansai Gaidai University in Japan. In 2007 he began teaching in Castleberry ISD before joining the LISD family as a third grade teacher. In 2011 Gray was named assistant principal at Peters Colony Elementary and Hedrick Elementary. In 2014, he was named LISD’s District Assistant Principal of the Year before becoming the principal at Polser Elementary. After four years at Polser Gray became the principal of Vickery Elementary, where he has been for the past six years.

“Mr. Gray will be an incredible leader at DeLay,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lori Rapp said. “His tenure in our district and strong leadership skills make him an excellent fit for this role. I look forward to seeing all that the Harvesters will accomplish with Mr. Gray at the helm.”  

A graduate of Ohio State University, Gray received his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. He also earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from American University and an additional Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Texas at Arlington.