Deborah Stewart, the assistant superintendent for student services, was named the associate superintendent for human resources and student services. These teams were previously led by associate superintendent Teresa Hull. Hull has assumed the responsibilities of the recently vacated position of associate superintendent for governmental, community and planning initiatives.
She has 28 years of experience in education. Stewart began her career by teaching at Cy-Fair High School for seven years. After a two-year stint as a counselor in Klein ISD, she returned to Cy-Fair ISD to serve as an assistant principal for six years. Stewart was then promoted to director of student services, a role in which she served for eight years prior to being named assistant superintendent of student services prior to the 2007-2008 school year.
Stewart received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Education from Prairie View A&M University and is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at the University of Houston.
“I feel excited and fortunate to begin this new chapter of my career with Cypress-Fairbanks ISD,” Stewart says. “I look forward to leading two outstanding departments toward continued success.”