Royse City ISD is proud to announce the promotion of two Royse City High School Administrators. Principal Dr. Sean Walker has been selected for a new district administrative position as executive director of leadership development. Replacing him as RCHS Principal is Brooke McMaster.
In his new role, Dr. Walker will provide new layers of support for campus administrators as our district continues to grow. Additionally, he will oversee and coordinate the teacher incentive allotment as defined by the Texas Legislature and the Texas Education Agency.
“I am excited for this new opportunity and to continue to grow in Royse City ISD while fostering continued successes for campus leadership. Looking back at my six years as high school principal I am extremely proud of our campus. RCHS is a premier high school in the region,” said Dr. Walker. “Mrs. McMaster is the absolute best person to lead RCHS moving forward. She cares deeply for kids and for the staff. The legacy of success in academics, athletics, fine arts and organizations will continue to thrive under her leadership.”
Mrs. McMaster has been in education for 14 years. The last seven years have been in campus administration. Her classroom experience included special education teacher and coach.
“It is an honor to serve as Royse City High School Principal in a place that is home. It is exciting to move into a position amongst family to continue to serve our students, staff and community. My hope for RCHS is that we continue to strive for excellence together in all that we do, living out the legacy of greatness with Bulldog Pride,” said McMaster on the promotion.
The position of associate principal at RCHS will be posted and filled over the summer.
The Royse City Independent School District is pleased to announce Dr. Coral Wilkins as Executive Director of Special Education effective July 1, 2021. Dr. Wilkins joins Royse City ISD from Frisco ISD where she served as Managing Director of Special Education. She previously served in Royse City ISD as Coordinator for Special Education from 2008-2010.
“Dr. Wilkins is returning to our district with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in special education,” said Assistant Superintendent Kenny Kaye Hudson. “She will no doubt continue to build on the successful programs that we provide to students and families. We’re excited to welcome her back to the Bulldog Family!”
Dr. Wilkins has over 23 years of experience in special education and holds a doctorate in educational leadership and numerous certifications in early childhood through 12th grade education.