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Meet OIS Principal Dr. George Flores

Meet Dr. George Flores: New Principal at Oakcrest Intermediate

Dr. Flores joins Tomball ISD from Spring ISD where he most recently was the Principal at Bailey Middle School since 2017. Prior to that role, he was Principal at Meyer Elementary in Spring ISD from 2015-2017.

His first campus administrator role began in Aldine ISD as the middle school Assistant Principal at Grantham Academy for Engineering. Prior to being a campus administrator, Dr. Flores served as a high school parent liaison (2009-2010) at MacArthur High School and a classroom teacher at Eckert Intermediate (2007-2009).

Dr. Flores earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Administration of Justice from Texas Southern University, his Master of Education in Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M and his Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership also from Prairie View A&M. 


What makes working in Tomball ISD so special?
“The people in this district make Tomball so special. I felt the sincerity from the first moment I stepped into Tomball ISD. Our District takes so much pride in the Tomball brand and is a place dedicated to high standards of excellence in our schools for all of our students and staff. The level of support you walk into as an employee is second to none, and our leaders are motivated by the same charge to support all students and staff in our schools to exceed all expectations. It is definitely an honor to work in a district that truly has students’ best interests at the forefront of all decision making.”

What are you looking forward to most about leading OIS this upcoming school year?
“OIS is such a special place to be and has a long standing history of success and culture of high expectations. I have been so impressed with all of the staff I have encountered and their commitment to excellence through continuous improvement. Our teachers have a drive to be on the cutting edge of quality instruction through various summer activities in preparation for the upcoming school year including facilitating a summer book study, attending conferences, and organizing content planning meetings. I am so excited to work with a group of professionals that never settle in a profession that forces us to be lifelong learners so we can be at our best every day for our students.”