CFISD names new principals for Farney, Bang
From a Cy-Fair ISD press release:
Tricia Reilly, assistant principal at Black Elementary School, was named the new principal at Farney Elementary School. Reilly replaces Beth Coleman, who will retire in June.
Reilly has spent 13 years in education, 10 of those within CFISD. After teaching three years in Klein ISD, she transferred to CFISD and taught one year at Kirk Elementary School before assuming the instructional specialist position at Kirk for two years. She then became an assistant principal at Hamilton Elementary School for three years before accepting her current role at Black, where she has served the past four years.
Reilly received her Bachelor of Science from Sam Houston State University and her Master of Education from the University of Houston. She holds certifications in Elementary Self-Contained (1-8), Elementary English (1-8) and Principal (EC-12).
"I feel so honored to be chosen as the next principal of Farney Elementary. I am thankful to have been mentored and supported by such an amazing group of people since joining the Cy-Fair team 10 years ago," Reilly said. "I am thrilled to join the Farney family and have the opportunity to work with the students, staff and community. I know that the 2010-2011 school year will be filled with many wonderful experiences."
Meanwhile, CFISD also named Erwann Wilson, a principal in Houston ISD, as the new principal at Bang Elementary School. Wilson replaces Cindy Barclift, who will retire in June.
Wilson has spent 25 years in education, 21 of those within CFISD. She began her career teaching three years at Frazier Elementary School, followed by two years at Millsap and one year at Hamilton elementary schools. She then accepted an assistant principal position at Hamilton, serving four years before accepting the principal position at Frazier Elementary School. After eight years at Frazier, Wilson served three more years at Metcalf Elementary School to complete her first "tour of duty" with CFISD. She then spent four years in the Mansfield and Houston school districts before making her return to CFISD.
Wilson received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Education from Prairie View A&M University. She holds certifications in Elementary Self-Contained (1-8), Elementary Reading (1-8), Kindergarten (PK-KG) and Mid-Management Administration (PK-12).
"We are pleased that Ms. Wilson is returning to CFISD," said Roy Garcia, associate superintendent for curriculum and instruction and school administration. "Her collaborative leadership, focus on relationships and desire to make a positive difference for each and every child will serve the Bang learning community extremely well."
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