According to a Keller ISD press release, Jason Snyder has been selected to serve as the next principal at Freedom Elementary. He will join Freedom after spending four years as assistant principal at Parkview Elementary. Prior to that, he taught at Keller High School for 13 years.
“I believe that Jason’s investment in the community, his natural focus on relationships and his appreciation for a work-life balance, as well as his educational experience with elementary students, bilingual programs, and positive behavior interventions and supports will be an asset as he continues to build on the exceptional foundation at Freedom Elementary,” said Kevin Hood, area superintendent for the Central High School feeder pattern.
According to the press release, Snyder holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and a master's in educational leadership from Texas Christian University.
Sunset Valley Elementary's next principal will be Roby Nunn, who returns to Keller ISD after working in campus administrative roles in Decatur ISD, according to the press release. Overall, Nunn brings to Sunset Valley more than 13 years of experience in school leadership and 22 years of experience working in public education. He began his administrative career in Keller ISD as an assistant principal at Parkwood Hill Intermediate School and Chisholm Trail Intermediate School, before moving to Decatur.
"I am very excited Roby is returning to Keller ISD," said Lindsay Moncrief, area superintendent for the Fossil Ridge High School feeder pattern. "I have no doubt that his energetic, positive personality and principal experience will blend well with the Sunset Valley community."
According to the press release, Nunn holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Austin College and a master's in educational leadership from Lamar University.
Indian Springs Middle School will welcome Phillip Daurio as its next principal.
According to the press release, Daurio is serving as an assistant principal at Timberview Middle School. Prior to that, he served as an assistant principal at Timber Creek High School. He began his teaching career as a middle school teacher in Keller ISD and has dedicated more than 11 years to education.
“Mr. Daurio is a great fit for Indian Springs,” said Cory Wilson, area superintendent for the Keller High School feeder pattern. “He is a strong, visionary leader who will do a wonderful job serving the ISMS students and community. He comes to ISMS from a [grades] 5-8 campus, but brings with him administrative experience at the high school level as well as teaching experience at the middle school level. The Keller feeder pattern is fortunate to have someone with such a strong work ethic and character joining us.”
According to the press release, Daurio earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Colorado State University and a master's in educational administration from Angelo State University.
All three new principals will begin their roles in July, according to the press release.