The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees formally approved several key hires during the School Board meetings in March and April. Congratulations to the following individuals:
Sandra Petrick, previously coordinator of payroll and benefits at Arlington Classics Academy, was named director of payroll. Petrick brings a wealth of experience in school district payroll and benefits, including system implementation, coordination, processing and operations. She previously worked for Education Service Center Region 11 and Argyle ISD, among others. Her bachelor’s degree is from Angelo State University.
Heather Greenhaw Alburquerque, assistant principal at Reedy High School, was named associate principal at Reedy. Her bachelor’s degree is from the University of Oklahoma and her master’s degree is from Concordia University.
Lauren Higgins, secondary Gifted and Talented teacher at Scoggins Middle School, was named assistant principal at Pearson Middle School. Her bachelor’s degree is from Kansas State University and her master’s degree is from The University of North Texas.
Kristina Pospick, campus instructional support facilitator at Lebanon Trail High School, was named assistant principal at Lebanon Trail. Her bachelor’s degree is from Illinois State University and her master’s degree is from Lamar University.
Melanie Schroeder, previously director of payroll, was named director of internal controls and compliance. Schroeder brings 25 years of experience in government finance, including payroll, accounting, purchasing, audits, accounts payable/receivable and more. She has a degree in business management.
Kristopher Robinson, previously purchasing supervisor in Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, was named director of purchasing. He also brings previous experience as a buyer and senior buyer in Lewisville ISD. His bachelor’s and master’s degrees are from The University of North Texas.
Serita Dodson, principal of Isbell Elementary School, will move to Bright Elementary in the 2017-18 school year. Dodson began her career as a teacher in 2000 and taught kindergarten through third grades. She has served as principal at Isbell since 2012. Her bachelor’s degree is from The University of North Texas and her master’s degree is from Texas Woman’s University.
Garrett Jackson, previously special education coordinator, was named assistant director of special education. This position is federally funded. His bachelor’s degree is from Union University and his master’s degree is from Trevecca Nazarene University.
Katherine Maas, principal of Smith Elementary School, was named assistant director of special education. This position is also federally funded. Her bachelor’s and master’s degrees are from the University of Houston.