SAISD Names Lone Finalist for Superintendent

November 17, 2006

San Angelo ISD Board of Trustees unanimously named Dr. Carol Ann Bonds as lone finalist for Superintendent of Schools at a special called board meeting Thursday, November 16. According to state law, the district must now wait 21 days before confirming her appointment.

Dr. Bonds has a wide range of experience in Texas public education as a classroom teacher, a principal, and 12 years experience as a superintendent including Livingston ISD in East Texas where she currently serves.

Dr. Bonds expressed her excitement about coming to San Angelo. "My research of the community showed me a community that wanted to serve all its children," she said. "I'm excited the way the schools here are moving. I think many people here don't realize how good the schools are."

Dr. Bonds is married and her son, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren currently live in San Angelo where her daughter-in-law teaches at Glenn Middle School.

Dr. Bonds is set to fill the position of Superintendent of San Angelo ISD which has been vacant since former Superintendent Cole Pugh left to accept a position as Superintendent of Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD in June.