Clear Creek High Principal Scott Bockart has been named assistant superintendent of secondary education for the Clear Creek School District. His selection was unanimously approved by the Clear Creek School Board during its Oct. 14 workshop.
“With almost 24 years of experience in public education, the last six years as principal of Clear Creek High School, he has shown the leadership and skills necessary to help CCISD continue to be a leader in visionary education,” said Superintendent Dr. Greg Smith.
He fills a vacancy created when the former assistant superintendent, Alex Torrez, was named the Pflugerville ISD superintendent in August.
Bockart holds a Master’s Degree in Education from St. Thomas University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education from Abilene Christian University. He has worked in CCISD since 2002, serving as principal of both Clear Creek High and League City Intermediate.
“I am very fortunate to have had the opportunities afforded me in CCISD, and I am looking forward to the new challenges ahead as assistant superintendent,” Bockart said.
During his time in CCISD, Scott Bockart mentored 10 administrators who have been promoted within CCISD, while leading his campus through six years of downsizing due to the construction of two new high schools. He’s also served on numerous committees including Facility Advisory, Student Code of Conduct, DEIC and the District Design Team.