Coppell school superintendent says he is accepting top job in Frisco ISD

Mike Waldrip leaving Coppell for Frisco ISD

“In leaving, know that I am proud of our accomplishments and wish the students, staff community my very best,” Mike Waldrip said in his letter to Coppell ISD parents and teachers.

Coppell ISD Superintendent Mike Waldrip announced his departure from the school district and said he would be taking on the recently vacated superintendent position at Frisco ISD.

Waldrip made his announcement in a  letter to Coppell ISD parents and faculty on Monday.

Waldrip served as the Deputy Superintendent of Administrative Operations for Frisco Independent School District since 2002, before becoming Coppell ISD Superintendent two years ago.

 “As you can imagine, the decision was not an easy one,” Waldrip’s said in his letter. “I will cherish the time I have spent here at the school district.

Waldrip’s resignation becomes effective June 30.

Coppell ISD Board of Trustees are now starting their own search for a new superintendent.

Coppell is situated north of DFW airport, and west of Frisco.


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