Hernandez Takes the Helm as Principal of Cedar Creek Elementary
Dr. Tammy Hernandez has been selected as principal of Cedar Creek Elementary (CCE). Hernandez has most recently served as an assistant principal at Gonzales High School in the Gonzales Independent School District. She will assume her new leadership role in the coming weeks.
“I am looking forward to becoming a part of the Bastrop ISD family and a Cedar Creek Elementary Eagle,” said Dr. Hernandez. “I am excited to be a part of a district that believes in the whole child, and I am confident we will achieve great things together at CCE!”
Dr. Hernandez has 18 years of experience in education. In her current role in campus leadership, she has led efforts to improve attendance and coached teachers on classroom management and behavioral/instructional strategies. She also has cultivated strong student and parent relationships. Prior to that, she was an assistant principal in Pasadena ISD (2007-2022), as well as a curriculum instructional specialist, coordinator of the Teaching American History Grant, and a secondary social studies teacher.
“We are excited to welcome Dr. Hernandez to Bastrop ISD. She brings a depth of experience and enthusiasm that will be a tremendous benefit to our students and staff at Cedar Creek Elementary School,” said Dr. Matt Warford, Associate Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction.
Hernandez holds a Doctorate of Education from Northcentral University. She also holds a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Grand Canyon University and a Bachelor of Arts in political science and government from The University of Texas at Arlington.