Taylor ISD Community,
I am honored to serve as Superintendent of Taylor ISD. This is a tight-knit community with a proud sense of tradition. That pride serves as the foundation for a future of excellence for all students. Our Board of Trustees, parents, teachers, and each stakeholder has high aspirations for students and we are committed to building a learning culture that helps each child develop their strengths.
There are many variables from the quality of curriculum to the quality of facilities that make a school district great. Our path to greatness is within our mission and the reason we show up each day: to inspire, equip, and empower every student to achieve their unique potential. Please reach out to us for any questions or ideas that best support our community of learners.
Devin Padavil, Ed. D.
Dr. Devin Padavil is the Superintendent of Taylor ISD. Previously, he served as Area Superintendent in Leander ISD and Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Schools in Fort Bend ISD. He has also served as the Principal that opened Lebanon Trail High School (Frisco ISD), Principal of Hendrickson High School (Pflugerville ISD), Kelly Lane Middle School (Pflugerville ISD), and in 2015 he was honored to be named Region XIII High School Principal of the Year. In the 2016-17 school year, he served as President of the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, which hosts the largest state association of principals in the nation.
In addition to serving Taylor ISD, Dr. Padavil represents Taylor as a Board Member for the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center, a Board Member for the City of Taylor Chamber of Commerce, a Board Member for the Texas Academic Decathlon and the Advisory Board for the Consortium of School Networking.
Dr. Padavil is the child of immigrant parents who instilled a passion for serving others and honoring community. Most importantly, in the midst of adversity, his life was positively changed by the influence of a teacher and assistant principal. He believes in the powerful impact of an educator and is honored to serve students and staff.