Brian Braudrick has been named the new principal of Live Oak Elementary School.
Braudrick has served as the assistant principal of Live Oak since 2016 and is currently serving Round Rock ISD as the Summer Learning Principal for third and fourth grade. Before his assistant principal role, he served as an interventionist at Forest North Elementary and as a teacher and curriculum coordinator in Austin. He has 14 years of experience in education.
Braudrick 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 principal role.
“I have been a part of the LOE community for the last four years as assistant principal and am honored to now be able to serve this outstanding community as principal,” Braudrick said. “I look forward to learning and leading with the staff, students, families, and community leaders of LOE through these trying times and working together toward a bright future! It’s good to be LOE!”
Braudrick earned his Master’s in Education Administration from Concordia University in Austin and a Bachelor’s in Theatre from Oklahoma City University.
“Brian Braudrick has been a strong leader for the Live Oak community and has a reputation for building meaningful relationships with staff, students, and parents,” Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D. said. We look forward to seeing that leadership and partnership continue to grow and thrive in the Live Oak community as we get ready for a school year like no other.”