Pam Bryant

Pam Bryant pam_bryant@clarksvilleisd.net

(Site Administrator)
Superintendent
Clarksville Independent School District

Biography

Drawing upon my thirty-six years of teaching and administrative experiences as a Clarksville ISD staff member provides me with knowledge to understand the strengths and weaknesses of CISD. Students and their achievements should be and will be what drives our District through the systemic change process.

I believe in the vision, mission and core beliefs of Clarksville Independent School District. Our teachers, administrators and students are in a partnership with our parents and the community to develop life-long learners that become productive citizens in an ever-changing global society.

Clarksville has been good to me over the years and serving as superintendent of CISD allows me to give back to our school and to our community. I am proud to be a resident of Clarksville, Texas and I believe that our school is leading the way in becoming a Level 5 District!

Personal Message

If you are unable to reach me at my office, please call my school cell phone (903) 240-6126. Have a wonderful day!

From the Superintendent

The Texas Education Agency has announced the accountability ratings for CISD and all three campuses. It is wonderful to report that the District and the campuses each “Met Standard”!!! Overall, we received five distinction designations:
• CHS – Academic Achievement in Math and Academic Achievement in Social Studies
• CMS – Academic Achievement in Reading and Postsecondary Readiness
• CES – Top 25% Student Progress
Students and staff are to be commended for excellent performance!!!

Also, TEA has created an informational video which very succinctly describes the accountability process. The link is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbEgrdijuc8&feature=youtu.be&safe=active The video does not cover the details of the entire report. In fact, Clarksville ISD’s report is 88 pages long. Staff will spend time during staff development disaggregating the data to determine strengths and weaknesses of student performance. The resulting information will be used to develop specific accelerations for students. The great news is…CISD and all three campuses “met standard”!