Carlos Ramirez named new school support officer

Carlos Ramirez poses for a photograph, September 2, 2015. (Houston ISD/Dave Einsel)Dr. Carlos Ramirez has been named a new elementary school support officer. He has served in a variety of roles, including teacher, assistant principal, principal, and deputy superintendent over the course of his 24 years in education.

Dr. Ramirez began his career in California as a fourth–sixth-grade teacher in Rio Linda and Sacramento City Unified School Districts. He served as an assistant principal for three years in San Francisco Unified School District. During his 16-year tenure as principal, one of his campuses received the high honor of being named a California Distinguished School.

Having demonstrated strong instructional leadership skills, Dr. Ramirez was recruited to lead two Texas schools through the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Middle Years Programme (MYP) International Baccalaureate authorization process.  Most recently, Dr. Ramirez served as deputy superintendent for Stafford Municipal School District.

Dr. Ramirez earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Davis, a master’s degree from Chapman College, and a doctorate in educational administration from the University of North Texas.