Sulphur Bluff Independent School District will start the new year Aug. 25 with an interim superintendent and at least seven additional staff changes, while Saltillo adds five new faces to its staff this year.
Sulphur Bluff ISD
Dustin Carr has been asked to step in as interim superintendent at Sulphur Bluff Independent School District until a permanent appointment can be made by the school board for superintendent, a spot left vacant when John McCullough resigned last month to become superintendent at North Lamar ISD.
Carr had just been hired as secondary principal when McCullough officially tendered his resignation. Since his credentials include not only teaching, coaching and principal certifications but also superintendent certification (according to Texas Education Agency), Carr was asked following the July 24 school board meeting to step up as interim superintendent. He most recently was employed at Como-Pickton Consolidated ISD as high school principal.
Other new faces among SBISD staff this year will include Steve Cole, seventh and eighth grade math and science teacher; Mallery Emery, second grade teacher; Sarah Phillips, third grade teacher; LouAnn Tatum, high school English and theater arts teacher; Trevor Upchurch, coach; Sam Stanley, agribusiness teacher; and Hanna Graham, composite science teacher.
Saltillo Independent School District students will notice five new staff members, hired to replace at least four who resigned.
Corie Byrd will replace John Harbison, who resigned, as high school science teacher.
Michelle Arnold will replace Flicka Marshall, who resigned, as the junior high English language arts and reading teacher.
Eric Litrell will replace Jan Heijligers, who resigned, as an aide and coach.
Junior high and high school coach Alicia Williams won’t be returning; she resigned.
New faces among the staff will be Dalton Herndon as a physical education and health teacher and coach, and Jennifer Ricketson as a junior high science teacher.
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