Easter Named Principal of Four Points MS

Easter Named Principal of Four Points MS
Posted on 05/17/2018
Four Points Middle School. Announcing Principal Latoya Easter.

 Four Points Middle School. Announcing Principal Latoya Easter.

Leander ISD Superintendent Dan Troxell, Ph.D., announced LaToya Easter as the new principal of Four Points Middle School on Thursday, May 17.

“I am excited to welcome LaToya Easter back to Leander ISD as the new principal of Four Points Middle School,” Troxell said. “LaToya is an energetic leader who brings a vast amount of experience in best instructional practices and supporting achievement for all students. LaToya is ready to build upon the incredible culture that has been established at Four Points and continue to enhance teaching and learning for all.”

Easter began her teaching career in 2006 as a middle school ELA teacher in Alvin ISD, later serving as a head coach and assistant principal in the same district. She served in Leander ISD as an assistant principal at Rouse High School from 2015–2017 and is currently an associate principal at McNeil High School in Round Rock ISD.

“I am thrilled to serve the students, faculty and community of Four Points,” Easter said. “This is an incredible opportunity to continue the traditions and achievements that have been established and to persist in our pursuit of creating new and invaluable experiences to further propel our students’ success.”

Easter earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston and her master’s degree from Grand Canyon University. She has earned a distinction as an Education Specialist in the College of Doctoral Studies at Grand Canyon University.

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