Minyard named Warren ISD lone finalist
By Chris Edwards
WARREN – Last Wednesday, the Warren ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the appointment of Rusty Minyard as the lone finalist for the district’s superintendent position.
Minyard will replace Dr. Tammy Boyette, who has led Warren ISD since 2019. Minyard has most recently served as Woodville High School principal since 2020.
The Warren ISD Board issued a statement about Minyard. “We extend a warm Warrior Welcome to Mr. Minyard and look forward to his proven leadership and vision for the future of the district.”
Prior to serving Woodville ISD, Minyard, a Tyler County native, has coached, taught and worked in administration for many years. He was the principal of Evadale High School before returning to Tyler County in 2020.
Minyard is a graduate of Colmesneil High School and earned his bachelor’s degree at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall. He later completed his master’s in education at Tarleton State University, and his superintendent certification through Texas A&M Commerce.
He began his teaching career in 1989 working in various districts throughout the state as a teacher, coach, assistant principal and principal. He spent four years in Marshall ISD as AP; Academic Dean; CIY coordinator and Testing Coordinator followed by eight years at Evadale ISD.
Woodville ISD Superintendent Lisa Meysembourg recognized Minyard’s service to the district and said WISD would miss his leadership, but that she was proud of him for his new appointment.
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