NEW BRAWNER LEADERS WELCOME FAMILIES AT SUMMER ICE CREAM SOCIAL
June 24, 2015
campus leaders at Brawner Intermediate School welcomed students, families, and
the community at a summer ice cream social on June 22, 2015.
am looking forward to an awesome year at Brawner,” commented new principal Jincy
Ross, who is coming from Granbury Middle School, where she has been the
assistant principal for the last three years. “I am ready to learn from our students and make new memories. Without a doubt, I believe that elementary
students are in the most creative years of their lives. They are the reason we are in education.”
started at GMS in 2010, serving one year as parent and community liaison and
another year as counselor before moving to assistant principal in 2012.
began her educational career in 1997 as a band director in Coahoma, teaching
both high school and middle school bands as well as fifth grade music
classes. She moved to Colorado City in
1999 as high school and middle school band director. While still leading the bands, Ross
simultaneously served as counselor at Hutchison Elementary School, an
intermediate campus serving students in grades 3-5. She also served as interim principal while an
administrator was on medical leave. During her last four years in that district, she was counselor at
Colorado High School from 2006-2010.
from Fort Stockton, Ross received a bachelor’s degree in music education from McMurry
University in 1996 and later earned a master’s degree in school guidance and
counseling from Angelo State University in 2005. Her husband, Jeremy, is also in campus
administration, serving as principal of Granbury High School.
assistant principal Leslie Ghiglieri is no stranger to the Brawner campus as
she taught third grade at the school last year. She previously taught second grade in Laurel, Maryland and kindergarten,
third, and fifth grades in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she also spent
three years working on the curriculum and instruction team.
earned a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from the University of
North Texas in 1992 and completed a master’s degree in education administration
and supervision through the University of Phoenix in 2014.
feel honored and privileged to be a part of the Brawner community,” Ghiglieri
said. “I believe teamwork and open
communication are very important to know that together we will continue to
ensure a positive and productive learning environment for our students. I am excited to help support the students,
parents, teachers, and community because together, ‘We are Brawner!’”
(back left) and Ghiglieri, who are pictured above with students at the ice
cream social, succeed Stacie Brown and Kelley Phillips, who are moving to