Dr. Greg Gibson, Superintendent of Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District, has been named ESC-20 Superintendent of the Year. He will join the other regional winners at the TASB State Selection Committee in August, with five finalists advancing to the TASA/TASB Convention in Houston, with the winning Superintendent announced on September 23.
Candidates for this honor are chosen based on ten leadership areas: Student Performance, Administration and School Climate, School Board-Superintendent Relations, School Improvement, Fiscal Management, Instructional Management, Student Management, Personnel Management, and Student-Community Relations.
Dr. Gibson was named Superintendent of SCUCISD in January of 2010. His career and history in education runs deep, having served as a teacher, coach, and bus driver.
Under Dr. Gibson’s leadership, SCUC adopted the 2014-2018 Strategic Plan, consisting of three priorities and 19 measurable goals. Dr. Gibson serves as a Board Trustee on the Teacher Retirement System (TRS), appointed by Governor Greg Abbott. He is also a member of the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA), where he serves on the Legislative Committee and is a mentor superintendent.
In 2015, Dr. Gibson was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Quality Texas Foundation (QTF), dedicated to helping businesses, hospitals, schools, government agencies and non-profits improve operations through the Baldrige Criteria for performance excellence. Dr. Gibson has received an appointment and has been vetted for the National Baldrige Panel of judges.
Dr. Gibson and his wife, Oteka, have three children – one attending St. Edward’s University and two attending the University of Texas.