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Spring Branch ISD

Dr. Kimberly Coolidge

Like the famous bumper sticker says, "I wasn't born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could!"  I actually grew up near Salt Lake City and then moved to a northern suburb of Chicago.  After high school graduation, I went to the University of North Texas as a scholar in the Meadows Excellence in Teaching Program with a specialization in mathematics.  My first job in Spring Branch ISD was teaching fourth grade at Frostwood Elementary twenty-six years ago.  Since that time, I have worked as a literacy interventionist at Bunker Hill Elementary and an assistant principal at Meadow Wood and Memorial Drive Elementaries all while completing my doctorate in Educational Leadership at the University of Houston.   

For the past twelve years I taught at Rummel Creek Elementary so I could chauffeur my own children to scouts, music lessons, baseball, Tae Kwon Do, or Odyssey of the Mind practices after school.  My kids also attended the Westchester Academy for International Studies (WAIS). My daughter, Katie, earned her International Baccalaureate Diploma there and now studies biology at the University of Texas.  My son, Joe, is a junior in the Westside Engineering and Geosciences Academy (WEGA) at Westside High School. When I am not head cheerleader for my family’s running, triathlon, or Ultimate Frisbee events, I love spending time in my garden, enjoying yoga or Zumba classes, and traveling with my husband.​  I look forward to an exciting year, and I feel blessed to be joining the Frostwood family again.

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