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Beaumont ISD Leaders Shine at State Conferences

Beaumont ISD administrators actively participated in two prominent educational conferences this summer. Secondary administrators attended the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) Summer Workshop Conference in Austin, TX, while elementary administrators attended the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA) Conference in Round Rock, TX.

The TASSP Summer Workshop Conference is a premier event for secondary school leaders, providing a platform to enhance their skills and knowledge. BISD secondary administrators took full advantage of the opportunity to participate in various workshops and sessions aimed at improving school administration and student outcomes. Additionally, they had the unique chance to meet Principal Garry Brooks, a TikTok sensation renowned for his expertise in school culture and climate. Principal Brooks’ innovative approaches and insights inspired attendees to implement new strategies to foster positive and inclusive educational environments.

Simultaneously, BISD elementary administrators enriched their professional development at the TEPSA Conference in Round Rock, TX. This event focused on the unique challenges and opportunities in elementary education, offering sessions designed to enhance leadership skills and improve educational practices. BISD is proud to announce that Audrey Collins, Principal at Dishman Elementary School, was named the TEPSA Region 5 President. Her dedication to educational excellence and leadership within the District was recognized at the state level, reflecting the high standards and commitment of BISD’s administrative teams.

Beaumont ISD commends the school leaders for their unwavering commitment to professional growth and educational excellence. Their participation in these conferences ensures they are equipped with the latest knowledge and strategies to benefit our students and staff. The District looks forward to seeing how these professional development opportunities will impact the BISD community.