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New Principals to Take the Helm at Mansfield ISD Schools

Jul 16, 2015 04:27PM ● By Kevin
Mansfield ISD recently announced the hiring of four principals, who will take over their new positions starting in the beginning of the 2015-16 school year. Here is a quick snapshot, with the information coming courtesy of Mansfield ISD's news archive.

Jenny Roberson was named the new principal of Judy Miller Elementary School. Miller ES will open as a "school within a school" for the 2015-16 school year, sharing its building with students from Glenn Harmon Elementary until Harmon's renovated campus is completed.

Roberson has 34 years of educational experience. She most recently served as principal of Watson Technology Center in Garland ISD for 18 years. Roberson obtained her Master of Education degree from Texas Woman's University.

Tiffanie King was named the new principal of Erma Nash Elementary School. She has nine years of educational experience and has worked in MISD for three years. Her first two years in the district were spent as assistant principal at Elizabeth Smith Elementary School.

She then became the academic associate principal at Glenn Harmon Elementary School. King earned her Master of Education degree from Tarleton State University.

Tracy Johnson was named the new principal of J.L. Boren Elementary School. Johnson has worked in the district for 22 years.

For the last four years, she has served as assistant principal at Charlotte Anderson Elementary School. She obtained her Master of Education degree from the University of North Texas. 

Jennifer Powers was named the new principal of Brooks Wester Middle School. She has 15 years of educational experience.

Powers worked three years in the district serving as the academic associate principal at Lake Ridge High School. Powers earned her master's degree in clinical and counseling psychology from Southern Methodist University.

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