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Aubrey ISD | Superintendent
Dr. James Monaco welcomes you to Aubrey ISD
Dr. James Monaco
Aubrey ISD Superintendent
AISD Superintendent, Dr. James Monaco stated, "The Board is grateful to Point Bank for
The MOU was passed unanimously by ...
The MOU was passed unanimously by Aubrey ISD trustees and signed by Hadlock and Aubrey ISD Superintendent Dr. James Monaco.
"This agreement will enhance the life of every Aubrey
graduate by either giving them priority points toward a college degree or a skilled certification to begin their working career," Dr. Monaco
Dr. James A. ...
Dr. James A. Monaco
Monaco to scale back ...
Monaco to scale back role
AUBREY - Aubrey school district Superintendent James Monaco and the school board have begun planning for Monaco's retirement.
While Monaco starts scaling back his days, Debby Sanders, the assistant superintendent, and Terrie McNabb, the director of special programs, have been promoted and will take on more duties.
"I just want [the board] to know I don't want to make a long-term commitment, and I don't want to catch them by surprise on anything," said Monaco
Monaco has served as Aubrey superintendent since 1985.
In that time, the district has built two elementary schools and a middle school.
It has upgraded some facilities and has been recognized for fiscal and academic successes.
seen the district grow from 300 students to a projected 2,000 this upcoming school year.
He joined the Aubrey school district in 1977-78 as a counselor, coach and driver's education instructor.
Over the years, he also served as a campus principal.
He said that while he intends to scale back his workdays, he will help the board with his knowledge of the ins and outs of selecting a new superintendent.
"They've been super fair to me and that's all I want to do, is be fair to them," Monaco
intends to continue work through the end of the year and could possibly be here for years to come.
Sessions said Monaco
has been knowledgeable of school finance and has stuck with the district through tough times.
will someday leave, and we want people that can run the district when he
It's scary to think Monaco
, who hired her
, could retire, she
"It's an honor to think that the board has enough confidence in me to put me fully in charge when Dr. Monaco
is not here," Sanders said.