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Greetings Owl Family,


I want to take a few minutes to introduce myself to the school and community.  I am Scott Beene, a 44 year old veteran educator.  I have been in education for 22 years as an Ag Science Teacher, Elementary Principal and Superintendent.  I am a graduate of Fairfield High School, Sam Houston State University and Stephen F. Austin State University where I hold a Bachelors of Science in Agriculture Mechanization and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership.  I have been married to my college sweetheart Kim for 22 years and we have one son, Brice, who will be an 8th grader at ASCISD.  We are VERY excited about joining the Anderson-Shiro CISD family!  Kim and I love education and enjoy being able to develop relationships with our students and parents.  Our passion is to help young people expand their education beyond the classroom.


Now that you know a bit about me, I would like to share a little about my leadership style and expectations I will have for our staff, parents and community.  First and foremost, you will SEE me on a regular basis!  I pride myself on being VISIBLE and a real person, not one that is only in the office behind a desk.  My door is open (most of the time); however, I do ask you to please attempt to schedule an appointment for a formal meeting when possible.  I believe in making decisions based on what is best for ALL of our students.  My expectations for students, staff and parents are very similar: be ethical, honest, supportive, and responsible for your actions.  We can work through ANY situation if these attributes are followed.  We will work to develop a culture of family and ownership in education and life choices.


I look forward to meeting each and every one of our students and parents.  Please feel free to introduce yourself whether at school functions or just “out and about.”  Once again, I am proud to be in the OWL family and look forward to working with everyone in this outstanding school and community.


Scott Beene