General Information

Each TEPSA region may recognize a Region Assistant Principal of the Year. The recipient must be in his/her second year (minimum) as a TEPSA member and as an assistant principal and hold a lifetime mid-management, standard mid-management, or standard principal certificate. Region Assistant Principals of the Year are eligible to apply for the National Assistant Principal of the Year.

 

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2019 Region Assistant Principals of the Year

Michelle Ayala, Region 1 AP of the Year

Michelle Ayala
Harlingen CISD
Region 1

George Lerma Region 2 AP of the Year

George Lerma
Tuloso-Midway ISD
Region 2

Tiffany Absher, Region 3 AP of the Year

Tiffany Absher
Victoria ISD
Region 3

Rania Maalouf Region 4 AP of the Year

Rania Maalouf
Katy ISD
Region 4

Julie Fuller, Region 5 AP of the Year

Julie Fuller
Orangefield ISD
Region 5

Stephanie Ingram, Region 6 AP of the Year

Stephanie Ingram
Navasota ISD
Region 6

Monica Simmons, Region 7 AP of the Year

Monica Simmons
Elysian Fields ISD
Region 7

Amy Stewart, Region 8 AP of the Year

Amy Stewart
Mount Pleasant ISD
Region 8

Carol Gibbs Region 9 AP of the Year

Carol Gibbs
Wichita Falls ISD
Region 9

Mary Myles French, Region 10 AP of the Year

Mary Myles French
Coppell ISD
Region 10

Marlette Martinez
Fort Worth ISD
Region 11

Joanie Moody, Region 12 AP of the Year

Joanie Moody
Valley Mills ISD
Region 12

Ginger Bordeau, Region 13 AP of the Year

Ginger Bordeau
Hays CISD
Region 13

Jamie Munoz, Region 14 AP of the Year

Jamie Munoz
Clyde ISD
Region 14

Cathryn Humble, Region 15 AP of the Year

Cathryn Humble
San Angelo ISD
Region 15

Kate Baca, Region 16 AP of the Year

Kate Baca
Canyon ISD
Region 16

Yvonne Valdez, Region 17 AP of the Year

Yvonne Valdez
Lubbock ISD
Region 17

Tanya Duewall, Region 18 AP of the Year

Tanya Duewall
Midland ISD
Region 18

William Patti, Region 19 AP of the Year

William Patti
Clint ISD
Region 19

Carrie Hemlke, Region 20 AP of the Year

Carrie Helmke
East Central ISD
Region 20

The Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA), whose hallmark is educational leaders learning with and from each other, has served Texas PreK-8 school leaders since 1917. Member owned and member governed, TEPSA has more than 5,900 members who direct the activities of 3 million PreK-8 school children.

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