Amanda Molina has been named the new principal of Anderson Mill Elementary School.

Molina most recently served Round Rock ISD as the Assistant Principal of Canyon Creek and Robertson elementary schools since 2016.  Prior to serving as assistant principal, she served as a bilingual instructional coach and bilingual teacher in Round Rock ISD and McAllen ISD.

She is also 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 honored and blessed to be the new principal of Anderson Mill Elementary,” Molina said. “Anderson Mill has an outstanding culture that exists and I intend to continue to build upon the traditions that bring the community together. I look forward to building a strong partnership with the entire community to achieve academic and social-emotional excellence so that every scholar can reach their fullest potential. I am excited to serve Anderson Mill Elementary, the Westwood Learning Community, and Round Rock ISD.”

Molina earned her Master’s in Curriculum Instruction and Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from Texas State University.

“Amanda Molina is a leader that shares our District’s focus on our Leadership Value of Include All in the work that she does each day, ”  Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D. said. “She works to create an environment where all students can find success and I am confident her leadership skills, student focus and ability to build relationships will  keep Anderson Mill on the path of continued success.”

Read more about Anderson Mill on the campus website.