Dr. Michelle McCord was named Superintendent of Frenship ISD in November of 2015. She previously served as Frenship’s Deputy Superintendent for a short time after serving as Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services beginning in May 2010.

 

Dr. McCord carries 20 years of education experience to the Superintendent position. Her experience in operations in both business and public education have uniquely positioned her to lead the implementation of major new programs, initiatives, and growth projects currently underway at Frenship ISD.

 

Dr. McCord believes that in order to continue fulfilling the Frenship vision of “Seek Perfection…Capture Excellence”, the students, parents, teachers, and staff of Frenship ISD must continue to be supported by their administration and emboldened to be innovators as the district continues to experience amazing growth.

 

Dr. McCord began her career at Archer City High School in 1989, and after several years in the classroom she transitioned into private counseling. Dr. McCord began managing the operations and business activities of a large mental health care organization in Wichita Falls and the surrounding area. Realizing the impact on clients was the most fulfilling aspect of her profession, Dr. McCord moved back into education and served as a school counselor in Wichita Falls ISD, Pearland ISD, and Iowa Park CISD. She joined the administrative team at Iowa Park High School as an Assistant Principal in 2007 and then the central office team at Allen ISD as the Assessment Coordinator in 2008.

 

Dr. McCord earned a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish, an M.A. in Counseling, and a principal certification from Midwestern State University. She earned her Superintendent certification from Dallas Baptist University in 2009 and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Lamar University in 2014.

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