Three new assistant principals and an interim athletic director were announced by Midlothian ISD via a press release distributed Friday.
At Midlothian Heritage High School, Aaron Gabrysch was named as assistant principal.
He previously served as an assistant basketball coach at Midlothian High School. A history teacher and student council sponsor, Gabrysch received his bachelor’s degree in history from Texas A&M University and his master’s in education from Stephen F. Austin University.
Tyesha Glover, a former Plano East Senior High School assistant principal, was named the assistant principal for Frank Seale Middle School.
Before her career as an assistant principal, she was a behavioral specialist administrator at Jasper High School in 2010 and a special education teacher for Dallas and Lewisville ISD in 2004. She received her bachelor’s in sociology from Southern Methodist University and her master’s in educational leadership from Texas Woman’s University.
Finally, Heritage High School assistant principal Adam Henke will take over the assistant principal duties at Mt. Peak Elementary.
Henke coached football and track for Mansfield ISD in 2007 before rejoining Midlothian ISD in 2016. Henke received his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Sam Houston State University, and his master’s in educational leadership from Lamar University.
As the district continues to search for a new athletic director to replace former director Steve Keasler, assistant athletic director John Crawford will serve as interim director during the search. He is expected to fulfill his role throughout most of the 2018-19 school year.
“We are confident our new administrators and athletic director will inspire our students to reach their unlimited potential,” MISD Superintendent Lane Ledbetter stated in the release. “Under their leadership, we anticipate exceptional academic, social and emotional growth from our students.”