Teague Elementary Principal Lorie Morris will serve as District 4 president for the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA) this school year.
Officers from the 20 TEPSA districts across the state were installed at the association's July leadership conference.
"District officers play a vital role in communicating TEPSA's mission at the local level," said Sandi Borden, the association's executive director. "They are committed to serving Texas PreK-8 educators and students.
Morris, now in her 21st year with Pasadena ISD, has served as a TEPSA district officer for four years.
"I love my job -- each day is a new learning experience," she said.
TEPSA has served Texas school leaders since 1917. Member-owned and member-governed, TEPSA has more than 5,800 members who direct the activities of more than 2.5 million children in Pre-K through Grade 8.