New principals named for Georgetown ISD's Frost and Village elementary schools, alternative education program

The announcement was made during the school board's May 18 meeting. (Screenshot courtesy Georgetown ISD)
The announcement was made during the school board's May 18 meeting. (Screenshot courtesy Georgetown ISD)

The announcement was made during the school board's May 18 meeting. (Screenshot courtesy Georgetown ISD)

During its May 18 school board meeting, the Georgetown ISD board of trustees approved the hiring of two elementary school principals and the principal of the Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program.

The district named Tamra Marbibi principal of Frost Elementary School and Rebecca Lambert principal of Village Elementary School.

Marbibi currently serves as assistant principal at McCoy Elementary School. Marbibi has worked in GISD for 16 years as a teacher and an administrator, according to a news release. During that time, she served on the community forums responsible for the development of the district’s mission, vision, beliefs and learning profile, it said.

Lambert currently serves as assistant principal of Village Elementary School. Prior to that, she served as assistant principal at East View High School, the release said. She has 11 total years of education experience, including timeas a bilingual teacher at Mitchell Elementary and as a Spanish teacher at EVHS, it said.

The board approved also the hiring of Tara Stewart as principal of JJAEP.


Stewart served as assistant principal at the JHW Inspire Academy Meridell campus in Liberty Hill and has been acting principal of the academy since January, the release said. There, she was responsible for supporting a broad range of learning for students in grades 5-12 in need of neuropsychological and behavioral treatment in a therapeutic environment, it said.

The JJAEP is operated by Williamson County, with educational support and staffing provided by GISD, the release said. WCJS and GISD work in partnership to rehabilitate, educate and support students and their families from the 12 independent school districts within Williamson County.
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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