The Prosper Independent School District announced the movement of Greg Bradley and Holly Ferguson to new positions within the ISD in the coming school year. The position of Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations will be filled by Bradley, leaving a vacancy for Reynolds Middle School principal. Ferguson will expand her current work by accepting the role of associate superintendent.
“The most important work we do is to recruit and select the absolute best people to join the Prosper team for the service to our students and families,” PISD Superintendent Drew Watkins said in an email. “It is equally important to place staff in positions where they can do their best work. We will continue to be faced with many challenges as one of the fastest growing school districts in the State of Texas — continuity in leadership is important for the PISD staff and community.”
Bradley expressed his excitement for the new position in an email.
“I am honored and excited to serve in the role of Assistant Superintendent,” Bradley said in his email. “Prosper ISD is a premier district and I have been blessed to serve as a campus administrator here for the last five years. My time in Prosper ISD has clearly demonstrated that the strength of the district lies in the students, the staff, and the community that supports all that we do.”
He went on to describe the challenges that lie ahead.
“The reputation of Prosper ISD has spread far and wide and therefore thousands of new students are coming our way in the next decade,” Bradley said. “This is a daunting but exciting challenge and I am looking forward to partnering with all who love Prosper ISD to serve our students and community.”
Ferguson is also looking forward to the new opportunities and challenges that the new position holds.
“I am truly honored and humbled to serve Prosper ISD students, staff, and parents in my new role as Associate Superintendent,” Ferguson said in an email. “Prosper ISD is a phenomenal district that I have been fortunate to serve as a campus principal and central office administrator for the past ten years. Our district has a wonderful, dedicated staff, and a supportive community that I am thrilled to serve. I look forward to working alongside the students, staff, parents, and community in my new role as Prosper ISD continues to be one of the best districts in the state.”
The vacant position of Reynolds Middle School Principal will be filled this summer. As the ISD continues to grow, so too will the staff and development of the district.