He comes from a family of educators where his father, mother, and brother have all been superintendents. He is married to the former Courtney Scally of Mount Vernon, Texas. He has a son named Tanner and a daughter named Tenley.
During his tenure with MPISD, Mike has served as an assistant high school principal, elementary principal at Annie Sims Elementary, and deputy superintendent. Mike and his wife Jennifer have two children.
Debra and her husband Tony have one son, a graduate of MPHS who left Mount Pleasant briefly to obtain a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. They also recently welcomed new grandson, Beau William, into the family. Matthew, his wife Bethany, a teacher at Annie Sims Elementary School, and Beau reside in Mount Pleasant to continue the Tiger tradition.
She taught at Como-Pickton CISD for two years and worked with their Spanish dyslexia program. She spent two years at Mt. Vernon ISD working with the dual language program and the Spanish dyslexia program before returning to MPISD in 2014. She and her husband Leonard have two daughters, Andrea a Sophomore and Sidney a 5th grader.
Shirley joined the staff of Mount Pleasant High School in 2006 serving as Academic Dean, CTE Director and Associate Principal. She assumed her present position in 2014. She and her husband Ted have two sons, 8th grader Baker and 6th grader Matthew. They are members of First Baptist Church in Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Mac (as he is known by students) is in his 11th year with Mount Pleasant ISD. Mr. Mac has served as principal at Mount Pleasant Junior High School and at Corprew Elementary School. He moved into his current position in October 2013. Brian and his wife Diane, the counselor at Annie Sims Elementary School, grew up in Oklahoma before moving to Texas in 1989.
Russell joined Mount Pleasant Independent School District in 2005 and was named Director of Maintenance in 2012. Russell, his wife Michelle, and their three children are members of First Baptist Church. Russell is the secretary for the Mount Pleasant Youth Baseball Association. His hobbies include coaching youth sports, hunting and fishing.
Marilyn says she has had the privilege of serving students with special needs for 25 years as a teacher, educational diagnostician, and administrator. Marilyn and her husband, Kenny Logan, have four children, Garett, Colton, Seth, and Faith. They are supporters in the community and both actively serve at Trinity Baptist Church in Mount Pleasant.