Dr. Donald Stewart named Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning

Dr. Stewart has more than 20 years in education with experience as a deputy superintendent, high school and middle school principal, history educator, athletic coach, and after-school director. 


“I am looking forward to the addition of Dr. Stewart to our academic team,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. King Davis. “He is a strong, visionary leader with experience in instructional coaching and development.”


Dr. Stewart comes to Sheldon ISD from East Texas Advanced Academies where he served as the Deputy of Business Operations. Prior to that he was an assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction at Natalia ISD and a high school and middle school principal in Judson ISD, where he was awarded ‘Principal of the Year.’


He has a doctorate of education from Liberty University, a master’s in education administration from Lamar University and a bachelor of science from the University of Texas-San Antonio. He began his role in Sheldon ISD in early July and will focus on enhancing curriculum while providing a focus on closing learning gaps created by the pandemic. 


“I am excited to join the Sheldon ISD community and team,” said Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Dr. Donald Stewart.  “Sheldon ISD has a strong reputation of being innovative, and I look forward to working with all the staff and students of the district.”