Seguin ISD welcomes pair of new assistant principals
Posted on 9/5/2018 6:40:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin ISD is recognizing a pair of assistant principals to join its Matador Family. The school administrators jumped into their new positions during the first week of the new school year.

Named as the new assistant principal at Vogel Elementary is Tiffany Wehe. Wehe comes to the district from the La Vernia ISD where she served as the student services coordinator. Wehe brings six years of campus administrative experience and is said to understand the "day to day operations of an elementary school.” She is also described as a having a solid background in early literacy.

Helping to lead kids at the secondary level is Zelene Aragon. Aragon has been hired on as a new assistant principal at Seguin High School. Aragon comes from Edgewood ISD. She brings 16 years of experience with five years as a campus administrator. District officials say Aragon has the experience of working in large comprehensive high schools as an administrator and "understands the demands of the job of assistant principal." Aragon says she loves the Early College High School program and looks forward to working in the state-of-the-art high school facility.

Both assistant principals were introduced to the public and to members of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees during last week's school board meeting. Also on hand was the new assistant principal at Rodriguez Elementary School. Although she was approved earlier by the school board, Yolanda Grijalva was unable to make it to a previous board meeting for an official introduction. Grijalva comes to the Seguin ISD where she most recently served as the English/Language Arts Dual Language Interventionist/Instructional Coach at New Braunfels ISD.
Seguin ISD

Find more about Weather in Seguin, TX
Click for weather forecast

  • Latest headlines
    CBSN is CBS News' 24/7 digital streaming news service. It's always on, always free, making CBS News' original, high-quality reporting available to you wherever and whenever you want to watch.
  • Hiker escapes quicksand nightmare
    A couple is sharing their story of survival after a hike in Utah took a dangerous turn. One ended up trapped in quicksand for hours. Carter Evans has their story.
  • CBSN New York
    CBSN Local New York
  • Over 300,000 more galaxies detected
    Scientists using the Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR) telescope in the Netherlands have detected more than 300,000 galaxies that couldn't be seen by previous technology. CBSN's Tanya Rivero has more.
  • Dual investigations into Trump and associates
    As the Mueller investigation could soon come to an end, there is another investigation, going on in the Southern District of New York, that could create new headaches for President Trump and his associates. Politico senior White House reporter Darren Samuelsohn joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest developments.
  • West Virginia teachers' strike to continue for second day
    Nearly one year after the first statewide teachers' strike in West Virginia, educators have returned to the Capitol in Charleston to protest an education overhaul bill. CBS News digital journalist Nicole Sganga reports from Charleston.
  • Sanders joins crowded field of 2020 contenders
    Sen. Bernie Sanders on Tuesday officially launched his second bid for the White House. Jeff Mason, a White House correspondent for Reuters, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss how the 2020 race is shaping up.
  • Bennett College president files formal appeal after campaign raises $8.2M to keep accreditation
    The President of Bennett College, a historically black college for women, is fighting to keep her school open, presenting a formal appeal to a panel that oversees accreditation following years of financial instability. Bennett College's fight is drawing up questions about the future of historically black colleges and universities. Adam Harris, a staff writer for The Atlantic, joins CBSN to discuss.
  • 2/19/19: CBSN Evening News
    Bernie Sanders joining the 2020 race; Super snow moon' shining bright
  • "Zombie deer disease" spreads to several states
    "Zombie deer disease," or chronic wasting disease, is making headlines across the Midwest. The deadly disease, which creates holes in the animals' brains, has spread to nearly two dozen states, as well as Canada, Norway, Finland and South Korea. CBS affiliate KCCI-TV's Max Diekneite reports.
Provided by CBS News

Copyright 2014 Guadalupe Media, LTD. All Rights Reserved

This site powered by PromoSuite Interactive