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Pasadena ISD announces Principals of the Year

Pasadena ISD announces Principals of the Year
Posted on 02/21/2020
Pasadena ISD announces Principals of the Year

Streamer and balloons filled the air as Pasadena ISD Superintendent Dr. DeeAnn Powelland other district administrators traveled to Teague Elementary and Beverly Hills Intermediate to announce the 2020  Primary and Secondary Principals of the Year.

Valorie Morris of Teague Elementary was chosen as the Primary Principal of the Year and Stacey Barber of Beverly Hills Intermediate was chosen as the Secondary Principal of the Year.

Morris, a graduate of Texas A&M University and the University of Houston-Clear Lake, has been the principal of Teague Elementary since 2006. Prior to her current position, she began her career in education as a teacher at Matthys Elementary in 1992 and served as the assistant principal at Golden Acres Elementary for seven years. Morris has dedicated an impressive nearly 30 years of service to the district as an educator and administrator.

Barber has spent the majority of her teaching career serving the students at Beverly Hills Intermediate. A graduate of  Southwest Texas State University and the University of Houston-Clear Lake, she began her career with Pasadena ISD in 1999 as a special education teacher at Beverly Hills. Over the next 21 years, Barber went on to hold the positions of peer facilitator and assistant principal. In 2013, she began in her current position as the principal of Beverly Hills Intermediate.

Morris and Barber were selected for the honor based on their exemplary performance records and dedication to the students they serve. They will go on to represent Pasadena ISD in the Region 4 Principal of the Year competition by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals.