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FISD Welcomes New Administrators

Frisco ISD is welcoming 380 new professional employees this year. Among those hires are some new faces at central office, along with a couple of FISD veterans.

Pat Bradley has stepped into the role of Director of Secondary Instruction. For the past three years Mrs. Bradley has been the principal of Pioneer Heritage Middle School and was the principal at Staley Middle school in FISD four years prior to that. She has 25 years of experience as an educator and came to Frisco ISD from Wichita Falls, where she also served as a middle school principal. Her extensive secondary background and her successful tenure in FISD caused Dr. Reedy and Dr. Debra Nelson, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, to recruit her for the director’s position when Mike Waldrip was named to open Liberty High School 9th grade Center in 2006.

“Pat (Bradley) had reservations about leaving the students, staff and parents at Pioneer Heritage, but Dr. Nelson and I were delighted that she decided to join the central administrative team where her sphere of influence can expand,” Dr. Reedy said.

David Boles is back in FISD as the Coordinator of Personnel in the Human Resources Department. Mr. Boles has 32 years of experience as a teacher, coach and administrator. Dr. Reedy is pleased to welcome David Boles back to FISD after a few years away working at districts in Colorado and Louisiana.

“David Boles is well known in FISD from his previous work as a teacher, coach, assistant principal and principal. He was successful at all levels and his experiences and enthusiasm will serve him well in this role and will make him an invaluable asset to our team,” Dr. Reedy said.

Among the new faces in FISD is Judy Haven, who was hired as the special education director. She came to FISD from the Plano ISD, where she led the special education department since 1999. She was Curriculum Coordinator for Special Education in PISD for five years prior to becoming director. She has worked in special education for 30 years as a teacher, pathologist, diagnostician and administrator since 1975. Judy Haven also has experience in the Collin County Co-op, along with districts in San Marcos and Richardson.

“Judy’s work as Special Education Director in Plano ISD has been widely lauded, and we are fortunate that such an outstanding leader from a highly respected district has decided to join our administrative team,” Dr. Reedy said.

Another new face is Kelli Mallory. She has nine years of educational experience and will be the Secondary Math Coordinator in the Curriculum and Instruction Department. She comes to FISD from McKinney ISD.

“Kelli Mallory’s work has led to exceptional results in another fine neighboring district, McKinney ISD. A focus for improved achievement in FISD is in the area of mathematics and we know we will benefit from her knowledge and skills,” Dr. Reedy said.