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FBISD Board Appoints New Clements High School Principal, Department Director

(FORT BEND ISD) – The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees appointed a new principal for Clements High School and a new district wide department director at its Regular Business meeting this week.

Brian Shillingburg was named the new principal of Clements High School, previously having served as principal of James Bowie Middle School. He has nearly two decades of experience in education.

Brian Shillingburg

Shillingburg holds a master’s degree in Education Administration from Sam Houston State University and a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor.

“As the future principal at Clements, I will help develop a thriving community of learners where every student can own their journey to graduation,” Shillingburg said. “Our campus will pursue innovation, encourage creativity, and capitalize on our school’s collective greatness to drive student ownership, and our collaborative spirit will be a biproduct of a flourishing school community that constantly seeks new ways to challenge their students. I cannot wait for the opportunity to prepare students for the future.”

Tiffany Unruh was named FBISD’s new director of strategic planning, having previously served FBISD in the roles of professional learning specialist and most recently as the coordinator of strategic transformation. Unruh has more than fifteen years of experience in education and received both her doctorate of education degree in Educational Leadership and her master’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Houston-Clear Lake.

Tiffany Unruh

“I am excited to begin my new role as Director and continue to foster the culture of excellence we have in FBISD," Unruh said. “I look forward to the continued collaboration as we reflect on the obstacles that we've overcome and strategically plan for those that are on the horizon. Our current climate in education requires us to take a critical eye and examine what is working, what needs to be adjusted, and how we can best utilize our systems to support the growth and needs of all learners.”


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