In a special meeting Wednesday, Bryan school board members unanimously approved Amy Bay as the new principal of Sul Ross Elementary School.

For the past three years, Bay has served as principal of Brule Elementary School in Navasota and will take over at Ross in the 2019-2020 school year. She fills the position previously held by Kristina Brunson, who was hired as the Bryan school district’s assistant director of professional development.

Bay began her career in education at Navasota Intermediate School where she served as a fourth grade writing and grammar teacher before moving into an administrative role as an assistant principal at two Navasota elementary schools. She took over as principal at Brule in 2015.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to join Bryan ISD and serve the staff, students, parents and community of Sul Ross Elementary,” Bay said in a press release. “Bryan ISD is a great district that is thriving and affords a variety of opportunities for all students and staff. I am looking forward to honoring current traditions while continuing to grow and move in a positive direction with the District’s support.”

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