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Beaumont ISD Administrators Honored by Texas Association of Secondary School Principals

Beaumont ISD is proud to announce that two of its esteemed administrators have been recognized by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) for their exemplary leadership and dedication to student success. Joseph Bowser, principal at Pathways Alternative School, has been named the 2024-25 TASSP Region 5 High School Principal of the Year, while Dr. David Kinney, Assistant Principal at Vincent Middle School, has been named the 2024-25 TASSP Region 5 Junior High School Assistant Principal of the Year.

This recognition marks the second consecutive year BISD administrators have received these prestigious awards, highlighting the District's commitment to excellence in educational leadership. In the previous year, Velvet Malbrough, Assistant Principal at Pathways Alternative School, was honored as the 2023-24 TASSP Region 5 High School Assistant Principal of the Year.

Beaumont ISD Superintendent Dr. Shannon Allen expressed her pride in the District's leadership team. "The recognition of Mr. Bowser and Dr. Kinney by TASSP is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and unwavering commitment to our students' success. Their leadership continues to inspire both their peers and the students they serve."

Joseph Bowser has been instrumental in driving positive change at the Paul A. Brown Learning Center, fostering an environment that emphasizes academic excellence and personal growth. His innovative approach and steadfast dedication to student achievement have earned him this notable accolade.

Dr. David Kinney, known for his dynamic leadership and ability to connect with students and staff, has significantly contributed to the Vincent Middle School community. His focus on creating a supportive and inclusive educational environment has been pivotal in his recognition as Junior High School Assistant Principal of the Year.

Mr. Bowser and Dr. Kinney will be formally recognized at the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) Conference next summer, where they will join other distinguished educators from across the state.