Jessica Schock has been named the new principal of Old Town Elementary School.

Schock most recently served Round Rock ISD as the Assistant Principal of Old Town since 2015 and as a summer school principal since 2018. Prior to her assistant principal role, she served as a behavior interventionist, special education and third-grade teacher in Round Rock ISD and first-grade teacher in Pflugerville ISD.  She has over 15 years of experience as an educator.

She is a graduate of the District’s Team One leadership program, which provides aspiring principals with professional development to develop the skills needed in the campus principal role.

“I am beyond grateful to continue my leadership journey at Old Town Elementary as the campus principal,” Schock said.  “I look forward to strengthening our already established relationships, campus initiatives, and building on the culture that makes Old Town the wonderful school that it is. I am honored to not only serve Old Town but also the Round Rock Learning Community and Round Rock ISD.”

Schock earned her Master’s in Educational Administration from Lamar University and a Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies and Literature from the University of Houston Clear Lake.

“Jessica Schock is a strong leader who believes in collaborating to ensure campus goals are best aligned and supported to meet the needs of students, campus staff and the community,” Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D. said. “There is no question she will continue to lead the  Old Town community on the path of success.”

Read more about Old Town on the campus website.