Amanda Hudspeth, Associate Principal

  • It is an honor to be back at Bastrop High School to serve as the Associate Principal for the 2019-2020 school year. I am excited about working with phenomenal staff to continue to educate and support our students.   Amanda Hudspeth
     
    I graduated from Texas State with my undergraduate and masters. I have a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Minor in Business Administration. My masters is in Secondary Education. I have been in education for 20 yrs, 19 in Bastrop ISD. I started my educational journey in the district as a math teacher, instructional coach, and an assistant principal. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Kevin Hudspeth, and son, Beau Hudspeth. 
     
    I am lucky to work with an amazing community as we continue our relationship between school and home. Please do not hesitate to contact me at ahudspeth@bisdtx.org or 512-772-7200.
     
     
     

Chris Kelly, Assistant Principal

  • I feel so blessed to be able to serve at Bastrop High School as an Assistant Principal. This campus is strengthened by its dedicated staff, students, and parents, and I am honored to be a part of our continued growth and success.     Photo of Chris Kelly

    In my years in education, I have served as a campus-based social worker, reading teacher, English teacher, department chair, instructional specialist and assistant principal. I received my Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas (HOOK’EM!) and my Master’s degree from Lamar University. When I’m not on campus, you can find me enjoying time with my husband and son, hanging out with friends, hiking and camping, reading, or working any kind of puzzle.

    I look forward to working with you this year and encourage you to email me at ckelly@bisdtx.org if you have any concerns or questions. GO BEARS!

     

Nicole Creek, Assistant Principal

  • I'm starting my 16th year in education, my 6th year in Bastrop. It's an honor to begin this new school year as one of Bastrop High School's Assistant Principals.       photo of Nicole Creek

     Since I arrived at BHS six years ago,  I've been the Head Volleyball Coach. I was also the head coach for six years at Canyon Lake High School. I have been an athletic coordinator for five years in Bastrop and four years at my previous school, Canyon Lake High School. I'm very passionate about education and sports. In the classroom, you have the ability to help a student grow and learn. On the court, you have the ability to teach them about teamwork, personal responsibility, and sportsmanship.

    My biggest passion is my family. I have four kids, Halley 21 (college Senior at Norfolk State University in Virginia,) Crystal 14 (incoming freshman at BHS) Treycee 10, (5th grade at BIS) Mason 6, (Kinder at Mina ) I've been married to my husband Trey for 16 years. 

     

David McIntyre, Assistant Principal

  • I am excited to be a part of the Bastrop Independent School District for the 2019-20 school year. 

    I can't wait to meet everyone and learnphoto of David McIntyre  how I can best help support staff throughout the district.  I just finished my 12th year as an administrator and my 22nd year in education.  I come to you from South Carolina where I have been a high school assistant principal for the last five years at the largest school in my county.  Prior to that position, I was an administrator in California for four years and a teacher for ten. 

    I am blessed to have two wonderful daughters.  My oldest daughter Kaylia attends Southern Wesleyan University in South Carolina on an academic-golf scholarship, and my youngest daughter Gabriela will be starting her junior year this school term.   I am engaged to Andrea Wright, a practicing physician in Austin and we will be getting married in October.  I am honored to be serving the district as an assistant principal at Bastrop High School, and I know everyone's 2019-2020 school year is going to be fantastic.