SAN ANGELO, TX – The San Angelo Independent School District has welcomed a new Deputy Superintendent, Mr. Greg McIntyre.
McIntyre joins SAISD with more than 30 years of educational experience. He most recently served as Deputy Superintendent and Chief Administrative Officer at College Station ISD in College Station.
“Greg’s experience in a high-performing and fast-growth district will amplify our current efforts to increase postsecondary opportunities for our students. His commitment to students and passion for helping families will be an asset to San Angelo ISD,” said Superintendent Dr. Carl Dethloff. “Greg has a knack for building trust with staff and families, is committed to serving others, and has a proven record of creating conditions that foster academic success.”
Before working as a deputy superintendent, McIntyre was employed as a classroom teacher, assistant principal, and principal in elementary, middle, and high schools.
He was also employed as a director, executive director, deputy superintendent, and chief of staff within the College Station ISD
“I am sincerely honored for the opportunity to serve and support San Angelo ISD. I am eager to work with the community and district which are deeply committed to meaningful, high-quality learning. Thank you for the opportunity to serve as a member of your community,” said McIntyre.
McIntyre holds a Bachelor of Science in Curriculum and Instruction and a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University. Mr. McIntyre has been married to his wife, Kelly for 35 years. They have three daughters and granddaughters who fill their life with joy and laughter.