Three new principals for Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD schools were appointed during the June 4 board of trustees meeting.

The overview

During the meeting, the board of trustees unanimously approved the recommendation to hire Justin Linthicum as the new principal at Byron P. Steele High School.

Linthicum previously served as the associate principal of Steele High School, and he has formerly served as a high school assistant principal, campus discipline coordinator and disciplinary alternative education program principal for Marion ISD.

Stacy McWilliams was hired as the new principal at Ray D. Corbett Junior High School. According to the district website, McWilliams served as the interim principal during the 2023-24 school year, and she has been in education for 24 years.

Debra Rebec was hired as the new principal to lead the District Alternative Education Program. According to an announcement from district staff, Rebec has been in education for 26 years, which includes 18 total years as the assistant principal at Steele High School and Samuel Clemens High School.

Each of the principals was approved unanimously by the board of trustees, and they will assume their new roles during the 2024-25 school year.