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Little Elm ISD is pleased the announce the names of the Principals for the two new middle schools.
Kelley Carr has been named the Principal for Jerry R. Walker Middle School. This campus will be located off of Eldorado Parkway between French Settlement Road and Dickson Lane.
Carr is currently the Principal at Lakeview Elementary. She came to the District six years ago to serve as the Principal for Brent Elementary. Carr has been a leader at Northwest ISD and Grapevine-Colleyville ISD. She was selected as the Secondary Teacher of the Year while serving at Northwest ISD.
While the District builds the two new middle schools, Carr will be housed at Powell and offer instructional leadership support to campus administration at Lakeside Middle School and Powell.
The District is pleased the announce Clint Miller has been named the Principal for Lowell H. Strike Middle School. This campus will be located on Lebanon Road in The Colony. Miller is currently serving as the Principal at Lakeside Middle School and will continue his role until the opening of two new middle schools. Miller has been with the District for nine years and has served as principal, associate principal, teacher, and coach. Miller has previously served in Joshua ISD, Killeen ISD, College Station ISD, and Jefferson Davis Parish in Louisiana.
Jerry R. Walker Middle School and Lowell H. Strike Middle School are scheduled to open for the 2020-2021 school year.
The District is also pleased to announce Liz Miller in her new role as the Principal for Chavez Elementary. She is currently serving as the Principal for Powell Sixth Grade Center. Miller has been with the District for eight years and has served in many roles including gifted and talented specialist, classroom teacher, and assistant principal. She was also a consultant and professional development trainer focused on teacher effectiveness and appraisals.
She will assume her new role at Chavez Elementary in the fall.
“We are fortunate to have such strong leadership in Little Elm ISD focused on the success of each student,” said Daniel Gallagher, superintendent. “Each of these three leaders bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience that will help our District build on our continued success.”