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Superintendent Lone Finalist

Posted Date: 04/11/2024

Superintendent Lone Finalist

The Rogers ISD School District is set to welcome Mrs. Duana Brashear as its new superintendent, following a unanimous endorsement by the Rogers ISD Board of Trustees Tuesday, April 9th. State law requires a 21-day waiting period after the finalist is announced before the Board can enter into a contract with the candidate. 

Brashear previously served as the Assistant Superintendent of Leadership and Learning at Royal ISD overseeing several departments, supporting campus leadership and working with the community through various partnerships. 

Prior to Assistant Superintendent, Mrs. Duana Brashear served as both a secondary and elementary principal for Splendora ISD.  Before that, she spent two years as an assistant principal. She started her  career in education as an elementary teacher in Cameron ISD and Splendora ISD. Brashear earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Education from Sam Houston State University.

When asked about joining the RISD family Brashear said, “Rogers ISD has a rich history of excellence. I’m excited to hit the ground running to find out what families want to see out of our district in the future. I want to meet as many people as possible and hear as much as possible about the district I now get to call home!” 

Duana and her husband James live in Bell County. Together they share three children, Brittany, Bryce and Kylie and a new granddaughter, Rynn. Brittany and her husband Rey, along with baby Rynn, live in Buckholts. Bryce and his wife Abigail live in Cameron and Kylie is a sophomore at Sam Houston State University.