Jubilee Academies welcomes David Richardson to the role of Assistant Principal at Jubilee-Highland Park, beginning this 2019-2020 academic year.
Richardson is a native of North Carolina, an Air Force Veteran, and offers a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Human Resources. He brings with him extensive leadership experience from the Texas public school system where he served as an educator for 10 years. Prior to joining Jubilee Academies, Richardson served one year at San Antonio ISD and eight years with Judson ISD as a teacher, assistant principal and academic dean. He received his Principal Certification from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas in 2015.
Mr. Richardson will serve as Assistant Principal under the direction of Jubilee-Highland Park Principal, James Montano. “I am excited about the opportunity to work with Mr. Richardson,” shared Mr. Montano. “He is an enthusiastic and passionate academic leader who in such a short period of time has built a solid rapport with our students and families.”
Remarking on the announcement, Jubilee Academies CEO, Tom Koger, expressed, “It is imperative we employ individuals who exemplify the leadership skills and commitment to excellence we teach our students here at Jubilee Academies. Mr. Richardson shares our values and understands our mission of developing tomorrow’s leaders.”
“It is an honor to serve the families of Jubilee,” Richardson stated. “I am committed to supporting Jubilee in their work towards academic achievement and I am eager to build on the traditions of success.”