• Mrs. Clarissa Rodriguez has 16 years of experience in public education.  She began her educational career as a middle school teacher in Harlingen CISD and later transitioned into a variety of leadership roles which included being an Instructional Coach and Associate Principal at the high school level.  During her time in HCISD, Mrs. Rodriguez assisted in the opening of an Early College High School, Freshman Academy, and Health Professions High School.  In 2016, Round Rock ISD selected Mrs. Rodriguez to open the district’s first Early College High School. As campus Principal, she was responsible for ensuring a strong partnership and alignment with Austin Community College in students’ pursuit of a high school diploma and Associate Degree. Since 2018, Mrs. Rodriguez has been the Director of Social Emotional Learning and Enrichment Programs in Fort Bend ISD. During her time as Director, she supported numerous district wide programs including Early Childhood, Gifted and Talented, Social Emotional Learning, School Counseling, AVID, Academies, Early College and PTECH High Schools, UIL Academics, Student Leadership, and College, Career, and Military Readiness.

     

    Clarissa Rodriguez is a first-generation college graduate with a devotion to ensuring that all students have access to the great equalizer that is education.  She promotes life-long learning and finds true purpose in supporting those for whom she serves. Mrs. Rodriguez is a proud wife to her husband Joe and a mother of four.  As a new member to Taylor ISD, she is grateful for the opportunity to uphold the strong pride and traditions of this wonderful community.

Clarissa Rodriguez Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning