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LaTwanda Wilson Announced as Newest Katy ISD Elementary Principal

(KATY ISD) –LaTwanda Wilson has been appointed as the new principal of Robert E. King Elementary. Her official start date will be Monday, Nov. 27.

LaTwanda Wilson

With a Master of Science in Educational Management from the University of Houston-Clear Lake, and an extensive 18-year tenure in public education, Wilson brings a wealth of experience to her new role. She has previously served as a classroom teacher, an instructional coordinator, an assistant principal and summer school principal with Katy ISD. Wilson has successfully established effective school practices around instruction, school climate and community involvement while prioritizing the support given to her teachers and staff.

Throughout her career, Wilson has achieved numerous recognitions, including the 2013 Teacher of the Year Award which she won while working at Bear Creek Elementary, and two Assistant Principal of the Year nominations.

In her role as principal, Wilson says is eager to collaborate with the entire King family, including the staff, students, and parent community. Her “infectious enthusiasm, strong character and leadership” will foster a nurturing learning environment, officials said.

“We are thrilled to introduce LaTwanda Wilson as the incoming principal of Robert E. King Elementary,” said Dr. Ken Gregorski, Superintendent of Schools at Katy ISD. “Her extensive experience, strong leadership and unwavering dedication to achieving excellence will unquestionably elevate the educational experience of our students and contribute to the school’s overall success.”

“I am deeply honored to have been chosen as the new principal of Robert E. King Elementary. It is a privilege to lead and serve the dedicated staff, talented students and their families in our shared pursuit of educational excellence,” said Wilson. “I am committed to fostering an environment that nurtures growth, innovation, and a strong sense of community, and I look forward to working collaboratively with the King community for many years to come.”


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