Conrad Streeter named Executive Director for Instructional Leadership


Conrad Streeter named Executive Director for Instructional Leadership

 
Colleyville Heritage High School Principal Conrad Streeter has been named Executive Director for Instructional Leadership.

Conrad “It has been my honor to serve the Colleyville Heritage High School community for the past three years and I look forward to serving the broader communities of Grapevine, Colleyville and Euless in my new role,” said Streeter. “As I begin this new chapter in my career, I am excited to collaborate with the secondary principals as we progress further in LEAD 2021 while continuing to create supportive and engaging learning environments that benefit students.”

Dr. Lance Groppel, current CHHS associate principal, will take over the campus leadership role as principal beginning in the 2016-2017 school year.

The search for an Executive Director of Instructional Leadership began in 2014 when Dr. Jerry Hollingsworth accepted the role of associate superintendent of educational operations with Burleson ISD. After conducting an extensive search for the next leader of instructional leadership, it was determined the district would resume its search at a later date in order to hire the right candidate for the position.

“Mr. Streeter is a proven instructional leader, which leads to improved school performance,” said Dr. Robin Ryan, GCISD Superintendent. “While at Colleyville Heritage he focused not only on strengthening the community but also on developing future campus and district leaders on his staff. We are excited about his new role in the district and we look forward to capitalizing on his enthusiasm for student success and sharing that across all campuses in GCISD.”

Streeter joined the district in 2013 with more than 15 years of experience as a teacher, coach and administrator. During his career, Streeter has been honored on numerous occasions by his peers and his district. In 2005 he was selected Teacher of the Year at Hedrick Middle School, as well as the Texas Army National Guard Soldier of the Year. In 2008 he was a semi-finalist for the HEB Texas Principal of the Year Award and just last year he was given The Honors Day Award for doctoral students at the University of North Texas.

Streeter received his bachelor's degree in secondary life science from North Carolina State University and his masters in educational leadership from the University of North Texas. Currently he is pursuing a doctoral degree and superintendent certificate at the University of North Texas.

Streeter will assume his new role on July 1.