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Superintendent Pam Kruse to Address Republican Women
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 • Posted March 10, 2010

Pam Kruse will be the guest speaker at the March 17th meeting of the Mason County Republican Women. Mrs. Kruse is the newly appointed superintendent of Mason ISD. While attending Angelo State University on an academic scholarship she met her husband, Randy, after graduation in 1987 they moved to Mason. At that time Mrs. Kruse began teaching the 4th grade with Mason ISD. Since that time she has taught on all three campuses, everything from Math to Home Economics. She has been a cheerleader sponsor, basketball and track coach, Education Foundation Executive Director and assisted in grant writing. In 2004, she obtained her Masters of Educational Leadership and began her administrative career as Assistant Principal of Mason Elem./Jr. High. Upon the resignation of Doug Bawcom, Mrs. Kruse became the Principal in 2006. She began working on her superintendent's certification in July of 2008 and completed it in December 2009.

As Superintendent Kruse stated, "I have a strong passion for Mason ISD. It is more to me than just a job. I have a vested interest in our school system. I have worked here for 23 years and raised two wonderful children in this school system. I can truthfully say there is no other place I would have considered allowing my children to attend school. We have the great fortune of having the best students and most dedicated staff of caring professionals anywhere in the state. Add to that the most supportive parents and community and you have a winning combination."

Everyone is invited to attend on March 17th. Lunch is served at 12:00 noon at the Stribling room. The cost is $10.00. Reservations are required, please call Maribelle Hoester, 429-6369 or Jerrie Owens 347-5623.

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