Scot Clayton, assistant superintendent at Henrietta ISD, has been named president of the Texas Elementary
Principals and Supervisors Association. Clayton and his fellow executive committee officers were installed at the association’s Summer Conference June 13-14.
“TEPSA’s Executive Committee is dedicated to serving in the best interests of Texas school leaders and their students,” said Executive Director Sandi Borden.
Clayton received his master’s degree from Midwestern State University. He has served as a TEPSA district and state officer since 2003 and is an active member of the Henrietta First United Methodist Church and serves as president of the Henrietta Growth Corporation.
TEPSA, whose hallmark is “educational leaders learning with and from each other,” has served Texas PreK-8 school leaders since 1917. Member owned and governed, TEPSA has more than 5,800 members who direct the activities of more than 2.5 million PreK-8 school children. Learn more at www.tepsa.org.