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Stacy Houser

Dr. Stacy Houser has been the superintendent of Aguilar School District Re-6 for 8 years. During his tenure in the small rural school district the schools have changed considerably in many ways, including increasing in student enrollment, improving accreditation rating and improving staff retention. Prior to Aguilar, Houser was the superintendent of the Montezuma-Cortez School District in Cortez, Colorado for 7 years. Stacy Houser is in his 26th year of education, a career that includes serving in the Crockett Independent School District in Crockett, TX at various times as the Assistant Superintendent, the high school principal, social studies teacher and a cross country coach. Before entering the arena of public education Houser was recruited by the president of Baylor University to be the Director of Student Life. While at Baylor, Dr. Houser had various duties which included student recruitment, administering financial aid, developing mentoring programs for students and assisting students with career placement. Houser was also asked to launch the Swahili program in the university’s foreign language department.  Houser received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University. He also received graduate degrees from Southwestern Baptist Seminary; Stephen F. Austin State University; Austin Presbyterian Seminary; and completed the superintendent program at Texas A&M University.