Congratulations to Lebanon Trail High School assistant principal Kristina Pospick on her recognition as the Region 10 Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) Assistant Principal of the Year.
The TASSP Assistant Principal of the Year program annually recognizes outstanding school leaders who succeed in providing high-quality learning opportunities for students.
Pospick has been with the District for 14 years and was an English teacher at Centennial High School prior to opening Lebanon Trail High School, where she soon became an assistant principal.
“There is nothing I enjoy more than supporting others,” Pospick said. “As an AP, I have the honor of mentoring both students and teachers and being part of their growth.”
School administrators are nominated and chosen by their peers within their regions. Nominations are based upon exemplary performance and outstanding leadership.
As a Region 10 winner, Pospick is eligible to compete for the state title of Texas Assistant Principal of the Year.
“While I’m thrilled to be recognized as the Region 10 TASSP AP of the Year, there is nothing better than the success of helping a student overcome adversity, grow and mature, then graduate,” Pospick said. “When you feel like you are part of their journey to success, that’s everything.”
Pospick will be recognized during the Josten’s Night of the Stars Awards Dinner held in conjunction with the TASSP Summer Workshop held each year in June in Austin. She will be presented with her award and recognized in a commemorative book entitled Texas Principals, Texas Heroes.