“It is an honor to be both nominated and selected by my peers for this prestigious award,” stated Bush. “We have a tremendous team of administrators and I have learned so much from them.
Bush has served as an assistant principal at WHS for the past two years and has worked in Willis ISD since 2010. He has been in education for a total of 14 years serving as a coach and classroom teacher.
“I strive to be the most enthusiastic, positive person a kid sees all day,” explained Bush. “I got into administration so that I could expand my sphere of influence and reach more students.”
“This is a well-deserved recognition for Mr. Bush,” stated WHS Principal Travis Utecht. “He works hard every day to make Willis High School a better place. All the students and faculty have a great deal of respect for Mr. Bush and the work he does.”
“I am excited to represent Willis High School and WISD as I compete for the 2015-2016 State of Texas Assistant Principal of the Year,” Bush concluded.
A graduate of the University of Texas, he holds a Bachelor of Science in Speech Communication. He received his Master in Educational Administration from Lamar University.