New Principal Named at Woodridge Elementary

New Principal Named at Woodridge Elementary
Posted on 03/25/2024
Sean Reno has been appointed principal of Woodridge Elementary.

He has spent the past four years as an assistant principal at Alamo Heights High School. Before joining Alamo Heights ISD, he served for 12 years at Johnson High School in North East ISD as a speech teacher and head tennis coach for eight years and assistant principal for four years. He also spent eight years at Judson ISD as a special education teacher and tennis coach.

“Sean is an experienced educator and instructional leader who believes in building strong relationships with students, staff members and families,” said Dr. Dana Bashara, AHISD Superintendent. “I know he will help us build on the academic achievements at Woodridge and bring together our community of students, teachers, and parents.”

Reno earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas Lutheran University and his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from UTSA.

“I became an educator to have a positive impact on the lives of others,” Reno said. “ As a student, I was positively impacted by many adults in my life who put me into a position to succeed. “

Reno and his wife Kelley, a professor at UTSA, have been married for 21 years and their three daughters Haley, Emily, and Kenley all attend AHISD schools.

“I am absolutely honored to be the next principal at Woodridge Elementary,” Reno said. “This district has been a blessing to both myself and my family, and I am excited to join your team and family at Woodridge. I cannot wait to be part of this great community and to support the work of our tremendous teachers.”

He will assume his new role this summer.

Portrait of Sean Reno, new Woodridge Principal
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