Chief Operating Officer of Round Rock ISD Bob Cervi resigns


Round Rock ISD Chief Operating Officer Bob Cervi resigned Wednesday, district spokesperson Jenny Caputo confirmed Thursday. Cervi has filled his COO post since September 2015, after serving as the Executive Director of Facility Operations in other Austin-area district Eanes ISD.

Prior to his work in Eanes ISD, Cervi worked as the Director of Maintenance and Project Manager for Oklahoma City Public Schools and as the Director of Central Services for Norman Public Schools in Oklahoma.

Through Cervi’s role in RRISD, he oversaw a staff of more than 1,100 in the district’s support services departments. These departments helped coordinate the growth of facilities in a district with more than 48,000 students.

Cervi oversaw the work done with funds from voter-approved 2014 bond money. He presented the most recent project updates at the Dec. 8 RRISD board meeting, when trustees began discussions on whether to call a future bond for a potential 2018 election.

Trustees agreed to discuss the matter further at tonight’s board meeting.

Cervi could not be reached for comment.

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Emily Donaldson is a recent transplant to the Austin area from Houston, Texas, where she started with Community Impact Newspaper in May 2016. Donaldson started covering public education in Cy-Fair ISD, the third largest school district in the state of Texas, and then she transitioned into her role as the company's legislative reporter, providing statehouse coverage for all 22 editions. Currently, she reports on the city of Round Rock and Round Rock ISD for the Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto edition. Donaldson graduated from the University of Missouri with bachelor's degrees in magazine journalism and political science.
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