Donald Bosier has been named the new principal of the Round Rock Opportunity Center.

Bosier most recently served as an educational consulting and curriculum coach for BWright Educational Consultants and as a Restorative Practice Lead Trainer and Coordinator for the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to then, he served as an assistant principal at Hernandez Middle School and Canyon Ridge Middle School in Leander ISD. He has over 20 years of experience in education.

“I am very excited and motivated about returning to my Round Rock ISD Family,” Bosier said. “I look forward to upholding the district’s leadership values of including all, investing in growth, and inspiring action that fosters connectivity. My career has been shaped by building, sustaining, and valuing positive relationships. I am thankful for the opportunity to continue using relationship-centered learning and my previous experiences to lead the staff, students, parents, and the community that we serve at the Round Rock Opportunity Center.”

Bosier earned his Master’s in Education Administration from Concordia University and a Bachelor’s in Theological Studies from Baptist University of the Americas.

“Donald Bosier is an experienced campus administrator with a vast knowledge of restorative practices,” Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D. said. “We look forward to seeing him work with staff to build a strong culture of support for all students.”