Thursday, August 15, 2013

Spring Branch ISD names new Spring Oaks Middle School principal

Paul Suess has been named as the new principal at Spring Oaks Middle School. He has 16 years in Texas education, including 15 years in Spring Branch ISD.

A University of Houston graduate who traveled widely growing up in a military family, Paul has taught at Spring Woods Middle School and coached and taught at Stratford High School. Since 2004, he has served four years as an assistant principal at Stratford High School and five years at Northbrook High School. In addition to his bachelor’s degree, Paul also holds a master’s degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University.

“I am very excited to have this opportunity as Spring Oaks Middle School principal to build on the proud traditions and successes at Spring Oaks. I look forward to soon getting to know the school, faculty, staff, parents, and, of course, the students,” he says. “Providing a safe and secure environment will be my main priority.

In addition, I will challenge each member of the faculty and every Spring Oaks Middle School student to do his or her very best each and every day. We want all of our students to be prepared for high school, higher education and success in life.” Spring Oaks Middle leadership, faculty and staff are committed to working together to assure that every student is well equipped with the academic and life skills to meet the district goal known as Spring Branch T-2-4.

This goal calls for all of our students to successfully complete some form of higher education after graduation – a technical certification, two-year degree, or four-year degree. Paul is the father of four children and two grandchildren, including one son who attends UH, a daughter enrolled at Texas A&M University, and another school-age child who attends SBISD.

His wife, Patricia Suess, currently teaches at Spring Forest Middle School. Paul Suess replaces David Sablatura, Ed.D., who currently serves in the SBISD Superintendent’s Office.


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