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Reed Elementary School

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Reed Elementary School

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Officer Reed

Officer Reed

Opened in 2014, Leander ISD's 24th elementary school — Officer Leonard A. Reed Elementary School — is named after Cedar Park Police Officer Leonard Allen Reed, who lost his life in an accident while on duty in August of 2010. Officer Reed was a deeply respected member of both the law enforcement and Cedar Park community, and he was admired for his passion for helping others.

Officer Reed grew up in Austin. A Gulf War veteran, he served with the Cedar Park Police for four years. In 2008, he was named Officer of the Year. As a school resource officer at Vista Ridge High School, he was widely known as a positive role model and mentor to young people who looked to Officer Reed as someone they could turn to when they needed help.

The naming of this elementary school honors Officer Reed's commitment to making a positive difference for others.


Gibbs

Gibbs
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5 Questions with Principal Lisa Gibbs

Q: What's something about yourself that would surprise your students/staff?

A: It might surprise them to know that I am adopted, I have a degree in Art and I am left handed!

Q: What do you like to do for fun?

A: I love to float in the pool and read, read, read! I also LOVE Texas football & basketball.

Q: What was your favorite subject in school?

A: Art. I also loved language arts - loved researching and writing papers.

Q: What is your campus' biggest strength?

A: Our amazing students and staff! We also love how diverse our campus is!

Q: Why are you here?

A: I am here because I absolutely love working with kids. I believe in the potential of every student who walks through the door - and the part that every staff member plays in helping students discover that potential!

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