Treat of the Day: principal of Bryan ISD’s newest school announced
BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - It’s official, Bryan ISD is welcoming Alfred Scott to a new role as principal of Sadberry Intermediate School.
The current Bryan High assistant principal will go straight to work preparing for the new intermediate school’s opening for the 2023-2024 school year while finishing out the current school year at Bryan High.
Scott grew up in Bryan and even attended the same school he currently works at. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Prairie View A&M University in 2001. In 2012, Scott received a Master’s degree in Education Administration from Lamar University.
He began his education career in 2005 as a history teacher at Jane Long Intermediate when it was a middle school. He served there until 2013, when he was hired as an assistant principal at Rayburn Intermediate when it was a middle school.
Sadberry Intermediate will open its doors to a class of fifth-grade students in 2023-2024 and then to both fifth and sixth-grade students in 2024-2025. According to Scott, the first items on his agenda are to prepare for the many steps it takes to open a new school. He said he would start developing a staffing plan, keep a close eye on the building’s construction, and be involved in determining attendance boundaries. Scott said he can’t wait to engage the community and meet future students and parents.
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