NBISD and CISD superintendent's contracts extended

CISD Superintendent Andrew Kim's contract was extended through 2025. (Courtesy of Comal ISD)
CISD Superintendent Andrew Kim's contract was extended through 2025. (Courtesy of Comal ISD)

CISD Superintendent Andrew Kim's contract was extended through 2025. (Courtesy of Comal ISD)

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NBISD Superintendent Randy Moczygemba's contract was extended through 2025. (Courtesy of New Braunfels ISD)
In January, the boards of trustees for NBISD and CISD elected to extend the contracts of their superintendents.

NBISD Superintendent Randy Moczygemba’s contract was extended by one year through 2025. Moczygemba was hired in 2007 as assistant superintendent before becoming superintendent December 2009.


CISD Superintendent Andrew Kim was hired by CISD in 2012 after serving as the Manor ISD superintendent since 2008. Kim’s contract was also extended through 2025.

Each year, a board of trustees evaluates the superintendent and reviews their contract. The board may extend the superintendent's term during this evaluation by up to five years.
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