Kimberly Bain has been named the new associate principal at McCulloch Intermediate School/Highland Park Middle School. She will replace Georgie Swize, who left the district to become principal of Cora Spencer Elementary School in Mansfield ISD.
Bain has been with HPISD since 2013, and currently serves as the district’s coordinator of English language arts and as coordinator of talented and gifted services.
“Kim is a strong instructional leader and professional developer,” MIS/HPMS principal Laurie Hitzelberger said. “I couldn’t be happier that she’ll be joining the MIS/HPMS family.”
As the associate principal, Bain will have a role in scheduling, test coordination, professional development, teacher evaluation, and educational planning at the campus.
Before coming to HPISD, she worked for Lewisville ISD where she served as a strategic design coach and a talented and gifted facilitator for grades K-5. She also worked as an elementary classroom teacher in Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD and in Jenks, Oklahoma public schools.
“I’m so excited to serve the students and staff of MIS/HPMS,” Bain said. “I look forward to supporting the faculty as they invest their time and talent in the lives of our students.