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Shallowater ISD hires new High School Principal

Rob Hollis, new principal of Shallowater High School (Source: Shallowater ISD) Rob Hollis, new principal of Shallowater High School (Source: Shallowater ISD)
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Information from Shallowater ISD

The Shallowater ISD board members approved the hiring of a new high school principal beginning in the 2018-2019 school year at this month’s board meeting held on Tuesday, April 17. 

Shallowater ISD is pleased to announce the hiring of Rob Hollis as the new principal for Shallowater High School. Hollis earned his degree from New Mexico State University and continued his education at the University of Texas at Pan American where he focused on Secondary Education with an emphasis in Physical Education.  He later obtained his Administrative certificate from Eastern New Mexico University. 

Hollis comes to SHS from Muleshoe ISD where he is currently serving as the Assistant High School Principal and brings with him 29 plus years of educational service and experience. Mr. Hollis is married to his wife, Wendy, of 29 years and has three children: Kegan, age 26, Colton, age 24 and Zoe, age 10. 
Hollis’ background within school districts, community service and leadership, and his commitment to excellence will be a great asset to Shallowater High School, the district, and the community of Shallowater. 

SISD Superintendent, Dr. Kenny Border, states, “After extensive hours of screening and interviewing, the committee of nine chose Rob Hollis as the next principal of Shallowater High School. Mr. Hollis has huge shoes to fill as a result of replacing Mr. Johnson, a 17 year principal of SHS.” 

Welcome to Shallowater High School, Mr. Hollis! 

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