Dr. Bianca Shaughnessy Named Incoming Creekview Elementary Principal

TOMBALL - Tomball ISD has announced Dr. Bianca Shaughnessy as the new incoming Creekview Elementary Principal. She will begin this role following the conclusion of the 2019-2020 school year.

Shaughnessy has been a valuable asset to Tomball ISD, stepping in as Interim Principal at Wildwood Elementary this year, and prior to that, serving as Principal at Tomball Intermediate for two years (2017-2019). She joined TISD in 2017 from Galena Park ISD where she was an elementary school Principal, Assistant Principal and classroom teacher.

Shaughnessy brings to this new role over 16 years of invaluable experience in education.

She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and her Master’s degree in Educational Management and a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. 


What made you interested in the CES position? 
“I am fortunate to have the opportunity to rejoin #TeamTomball as the Principal at Creekview Elementary.  Having previously served as an elementary principal, I enjoyed watching both the learning and growth of students during their elementary years.  Watching students enter as kindergarteners and leave as future middle schoolers is extremely fulfilling. As educators at the elementary level, we play a critical role in building the foundation for all future learners.  It is exciting to be a part of Creekview’s Vision of ‘Promising GREAT learning for ALL!’”

What are you looking forward to about serving the Creekview community?
“The Creekview community is truly one of a kind!  I am looking forward to building relationships with the students, parents, teachers, and staff.  The level of involvement from the community is absolutely phenomenal, and without a doubt, attributes to the high levels of success at Creekview.”

What makes being a campus leader so special?
“Being a campus leader is special because of one word … responsibility.  As campus leaders, we are responsible for every student, every teacher, and every staff member.  As a mom of a kindergartener and a three year old, this level of responsibility is not something I take lightly.  Parents send their children to school with high expectations of learning and we as leaders have to ensure we are not only meeting, but exceeding these expectations.  Leaders set the tone and ultimately the heartbeat of the campus.” ​


ABOUT TOMBALL ISD
Tomball ISD educates students to become responsible, productive citizens by providing innovative, individually rigorous, and personally valuable educational experiences. Founded in 1908, Tomball ISD now encompasses 83 square miles in northwest Harris County and southwest Montgomery County, and is located approximately 30 miles from downtown Houston. The district currently educates over 18,000 students at 20 campuses.