Lake Worth ISD Names Lone Finalist for Superintendent

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Lake Worth ISD’s Board of Trustees have named Mr. John Hebert as the district’s Lone Finalist for the Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Hebert was welcomed as the Lone Finalist at a Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees on Thursday, November 20th. A state-mandated 21-day waiting period now follows before Mr. Hebert can be officially hired for the position. The Board can formally approve his hire at the Special Called meeting set for Thursday, December 11th. “The board is excited to be able to bring Mr. Hebert back on board here at Lake Worth ISD as our new Superintendent” said LWISD Board President Donna Hutson. “He is the perfect fit for our district – someone who knows our kids and our community and is well respected by all. He is also a collaborative leader who has a proven record of academic success. We know that he is the right person to lead our district forward”. Mr. Hebert’s 28 years of experience in education have predominately been within Tarrant County, most notably as the Principal of Lake Worth High School from 2005 to 2008. He also served as the Principal of Brewer High School and later as Assistant Superintendent of District Curriculum, Instruction, and Administrative Services at White Settlement ISD. Mr. Hebert holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Master of Education Degree in Public Administration from Tarleton State University. Mr. Hebert is a native of White Settlement. He and his wife Pam, a business owner for 25 years and a Lake Worth High School graduate, have 2 children, Brooks, 21 and Bret, 18. Both sons are graduates of Brewer High School and are attending college. “I would like to thank the Lake Worth Independent School District Board of Trustees for their support and vote of confidence on being named the Superintendent Lone Finalist of Lake Worth Independent School District.” Mr. Hebert said. “I am excited about the unbelievable opportunity to work in Lake Worth and to build on the long-standing pride and tradition of the community. This wonderful opportunity to work with students, parents, staff, and community members is something that I have looked forward to for many years, and I am ready to begin this journey with the people of this great community and district. Returning to LWISD is truly a coming-home and an exciting time for our family. I am a Lake Worth BULLFROG!”