The Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees selected Amy Weir to serve as Board President for the upcoming year during the Board’s Dec. 19 regular meeting.
The Board also voted to appoint Steve Math to serve as Vice President and Amber Feller to serve as Secretary for 2020.
Weir succeeds Charles “Chad” Chadwell, who has served on the Board since 2008, most recently serving as Board President.
“I am proud to serve Round Rock ISD and our entire community as Board President and as a member of this outstanding team,” Weir said. “Our goal is to do what is best for our students, staff and stakeholders. I look forward to continuing to work with the Board to ensure our entire community has access to the best resources and programs possible while enhancing our collective work as Trustees through the Lone Star Governance program.”
Actively involved as a Round Rock ISD volunteer since 2004, Weir has held numerous leadership positions in the PTA organizations at three Round Rock ISD schools: Pond Springs Elementary, Deerpark Middle School, and McNeil High School. She served as PTA president at Deerpark and McNeil. Weir is a 2013 Leadership Round Rock ISD graduate and has served as a committee chair with the Round Rock ISD Council of PTAs. She served on three Round Rock ISD Citizen Bond Committees in 2014, 2017 and 2018.
Weir has also served as a committee chair with the McNeil High School Wrestling Booster Club and has served in numerous local leadership positions with the Girl Scouts of Central Texas and the Boy Scouts of America Capitol Area Council.
She received her Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin in 1991 and her JD from Boston College Law School in 2002.
“Amy Weir is an advocate for public education and is passionate about her work with the Board,” said Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D. “Her leadership will help guide the Board in integral decisions this upcoming year that will keep Round Rock ISD on the path of continued excellence.”