Leander ISD Superintendent Dan Troxell, Ph.D., announced Steve Crawford as the principal of Four Points Middle School on Thursday, July 18.
“Steve is a dynamic, proven leader in our district,” Troxell said. “He brings a great deal of experience in best instructional practices and has demonstrated an ability to create a campus learning culture that sets and promotes high expectations of learning for all students and staff. He is a lifelong, effective, approachable communicator, and he has developed a superb track record of successful collaboration among teachers, staff, parents and community members.”
Crawford comes to Four Points from Reagan Elementary School, where he has served as principal since 2011. He began his career as a fourth-grade teacher at Giddens Elementary School in 1998 before becoming an assistant principal at Cox Elementary School in 2006.
“I am excited to join this strong and dynamic community,” Crawford said. “I can’t wait to partner with students, staff, feeder patterns, and our community to continuously support and improve the Four Points Falcons as an elite campus for growth and development for all. It’s time to soar for years to come!”
Crawford earned a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies and a master’s degree in education administration at Texas State University.