Corrigan-Camden ISD names lone finalist
The Corrigan-Camden ISD board voted Thursday to name Dr. Keith Brooks as its lone finalist for superintendent of schools. He currently serves as the assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction at Sheldon ISD.
Brooks has 22 years of experience in education, 13 of which have been in administration. He has served as a principal at every level. Earning his doctorate degree from the University of Houston, Brooks also holds a master’s degree and bachelors of business administration in economics from Stephen F. Austin University.
“I am very pleased with the selection of Dr. Keith Brooks for superintendent, and I feel like he is going to be a great asset to Corrigan-Camden ISD,” Board President Thomas Roberts said. Dr. Brooks’ background in curriculum and instruction will take our educational department to another level. We are very fortunate to have him be a part of the Bulldog family.”
Regarding the announcement, Brooks said he was humbled and blessed for the opportunity to serve the Corrigan-Camden ISD community.
“I’m looking forward to meeting and building relationships with our students, their families and the faculty. I’m eager to learn more about the amazing accomplishments from students and staff, and continue building upon the foundation of excellence the community expects.”
Texas law requires that the board wait 21 days from the day a lone finalist is selected before a candidate can officially be hired by the district. The board is expected to vote on the final selection for superintendent at its regular board meeting April 17.
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