V.I.S.D. administrator named TEPSA Region 3 President
Aloe Elementary School principal, Kristina Hurley, was named Region 3 President of the TEPSA Board of Directors for 2021-22
VICTORIA, Texas – A Victoria I.S.D. administrator has been named Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA) Region 3 President.
Kristina Hurley, Aloe Elementary School principal, was named Region 3 President of the TEPSA Board of Directors for 2021-22. Hurley is a 7th-year principal and entering her 10th year at Aloe. She also previously served as assistant principal for three years at Aloe.
Hurley received her Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, majoring in Special Education, from the University of Texas at Austin. She also received her Master of Education from the University of Houston-Victoria.
“I am excited to serve as the TEPSA Region 3 President for the 2021-2022 school year as I love being part of an organization that supports school leaders and strives to improve public education for Texas schoolchildren,” said Hurley. “Along with TEPSA’s hashtag, #WeLeadTX, I look forward to working with other school leaders as we continue to ‘Lead’ Texas in Region 3!”
TEPSA’s Board of Directors help advance the association’s mission, which is to build leadership capacity. According to Harley Eckhart, executive director of TEPSA, this will ensure Texas PK-8 students and teachers are successful.
TEPSA’s Board of Directors advance the association’s mission to build leadership capacity to ensure Texas PK-8 students and teachers are successful, said Harley Eckhart, executive director of TEPSA in a press release put out by the association.
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