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District Announces New Belton Middle School Principal

Belton ISD Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Todd Schiller announced today that he is recommending Stacie Seveska as the principal of Belton Middle School. Seveska will remain in her role as Director of Student Services and begin making necessary plans and staffing arrangements to open Belton Middle School in the fall of 2020.

“As Director of Student Services, Stacie will continue administering policies for the District in areas such as discipline and attendance and have a seat at the table in continued conversations about campus staff maintaining the safety, security and inclusivity of their learning environment,” Schiller said. “This work will allow for a productive period of transition, as decisions made in these areas will also directly impact the systems and processes she establishes when Bhs9 is repurposed into the district’s fourth middle school campus next year.”

“I am absolutely elated to have the opportunity to serve as principal of Belton Middle School,” Seveska said. “The middle school years are vital in the development of children, and what happens during these few short years will have a lasting impression on their future growth. I truly appreciate the opportunity to foster this important time in their development.”

Seveska has 19 years in education and has served as a teacher, coach, assistant principal and associate principal, and before joining Belton ISD, served as a lead assistant principal in Leander ISD. She earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology/biology from East Texas Baptist University, where she also played college basketball, and then went on to earn a master’s degree in education administration and supervision from the University of Phoenix.

“I’m looking forward to learning and growing with our students, working together with our faculty and staff, and partnering with parents and community members,” she said. “By working collectively, we can achieve our ultimate goal of creating a united community of learning at Belton Middle School that focuses on success for all students.”

The school board will consider Schiller’s recommendation at their meeting at 5 p.m. Monday in the Pittenger Fine Arts Center (400 N. Wall St, Belton, TX).