Baylor alumnus selected as 2021 Region 12 superintendent of the year
CHILTON, Texas (KWTX) - Chilton ISD educator and Baylor Alumnus Dr. Brandon Hubbard has been named as the 2021 Superintendent of the Year for Region 12.
Hubbard was also named as the regional nominee for the Texas State Superintendent of the Year.
Hubbard has been an educator for 17 years, including five years as the superintendent of Chilton ISD.
Hubbard is said to have high expectations from his students and staff.
During the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years, a study predicted the district would perform at a ‘D” level based on student demographics.
Hubbard, however, had other plans and used that data to reach out to his students and staff to prove the prediction wrong.
During each of the academic years Hubbard has been superintendent, the district received a ‘B” rating.
As an educator, Hubbard focusses on what matters the most - the classroom, which is why you can often find him tutoring 8th-grade students in mathematics.
Over the past three years, Chilton ISD has increased its spending on resources to foster continued growth and development for its teachers.
The investments include a partnership with the AVID institute, expanded Career and Technology offerings through GWAMA and GWAHCA in Waco ISD, and the development of a multi-tiered system of support instruction.
“We are delighted to recognize Dr. Hubbard as one of the top superintendents in the state of Texas,” Executive Director of ESC Region 12 Dr. Jerry Maze said.
“He was chosen by a committee of school board members from around our region for his outstanding leadership in student achievement and for his work on behalf of students, teachers and his community!”
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