Educator and community leader Natalie Hebert (pronounced “AY-bear”) announced on February 5th, that she has filed the paperwork necessary to run for a position on the Frisco Independent School District Board.
“Public education is vital to the livelihood of our community. We have a shared responsibility to ensure that the needs of every single child are met every single day. The end goal is to establish a team that works together to foster the potential each student possesses while also addressing the needs of the staff to ensure their full professional and personal development” explained Hebert about her interest in serving as FISD Trustee.
Hebert earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Austin College in Sherman, going on to the University of North Texas to study Special Education and Educational Leadership.
Professionally, Hebert began her teaching career in the Fall of 2002. Hebert’s experience includes working in Special Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education. She brings experience from three outstanding Texas school districts: Birdville ISD, McKinney ISD, and Frisco ISD. Her professional contributions while in McKinney ISD included facilitating professional development and curriculum writing for 1st Grade English, Language Arts, and Reading.
While serving Frisco ISD, Hebert’s contributions included serving as the 6th grade Team Leader and the 8th Grade Cheer Coach at Vandeventer Middle School. She co-chaired the family and community involvement committees for Vandeventer’s Campus Improvement Team. Following the Frisco ISD Tax Ratification Election in 2016, Hebert served as a member of the district’s Priorities-Based Budget Committee, tasked with analysis of district spending relative to available resources. Natalie also served on the Frisco ISD District Improvement Team with an emphasis on student achievement.
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