Aledo Independent School District welcomes three new administrators to its team of educators. Zach Tarrant takes the reins as principal at McAnally Intermediate School after the retirement of former principal Bob Harmon. New to the district are David Stubbs as an Aledo High School assistant principal and Jake Bean, an assistant principal at Aledo Middle School.
“The district’s board of trustees and I welcome the talent, experience and professionalism that these leaders bring to Aledo ISD,” said Dr. Derek Citty, AISD superintendent. “Their wealth of knowledge meshes well with the current campus leadership, which proves promising for a rewarding 2015-16 school year.”
Tarrant previously served for four years as assistant principal at Aledo Middle School. He also held teaching positions in Mansfield ISD and Fort Worth ISD. Tarrant has a Master of Education Administration degree from Tarleton State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Sam Houston State University.
Stubbs joins Aledo ISD after eight years as assistant principal in Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD. He also held teaching and coaching positions in Castleberry ISD, Weatherford ISD and Birdville ISD. His Master of Education Administration and Bachelor of Science degrees are from Texas Wesleyan University.
Bean comes to Aledo ISD from Fort Worth ISD. He was instrumental in creating CTE Technology curriculum there, and also coached softball and cross country. Bean also taught CTE content to students at Weatherford College. He holds a Master of Education Leadership degree from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Bachelor in Finance degree from Texas State University. Bean is a 2001 graduate of Aledo High School.