Sheldon ISD Superintendent - Dr. Demetrius McCall
“We are thrilled to have Dr. McCall back home in Sheldon ISD,” said Board President Fred Rivas. “He spent much of his administrative career serving our community. I’m confident we have found the right person to keep Sheldon ISD positioned as a premiere school district as well as advance us even further in our mission."
The Sheldon ISD Board of Trustees began a search process in February after the announcement of Dr. King Davis’ retirement. Dr. Davis has been the superintendent for Sheldon ISD since 2016. More than 35 applicants applied for the Sheldon ISD superintendent position.
“I feel blessed and humbled to be back in Sheldon ISD,” said Dr. McCall. “I look forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting many new people. I’m excited to get started and begin working with our staff, families and students.”
Meet the New Superintendent of Schools
Dr. McCall has been the deputy superintendent for administrative services in Goose Creek CISD since 2020. He’s no stranger to Sheldon ISD, having served as an assistant superintendent of administrative services, as well as the principal of C.E. King High School. His educational career includes time spent as the associate principal of Dayton High School and a speech communication and debate teacher in Channelview ISD.
Dr. McCall has a doctorate of educational leadership from Lamar University, a master’s in educational management from the University of Houston Clear Lake and a bachelor's degree in science from Western Michigan University.
His wife Candice is a counselor at Sheldon ISD’s King Middle School, and they have two children. Dr. McCall is active in his church, serving as a deacon, and is a member of several civic organizations including Baytown Chamber of Commerce, Baytown Rotary, and United Way.