Ms. Sturdevant (formerly Phillips) taught Algebra 2 and AP Calculus for eight years at Lake Travis High School and served as the Department Chairperson for the Mathematics Department. Ms. Sturdevant has been an assistant principal at Lake Travis High School since 2011.
Ms. Sturdevant's husband, Daniel, is a paramedic for Williamson County. Mrs. Sturdevant enjoys cheering on the LTHS Cavs and TCU Horned Frogs, yoga, biking, traveling, scuba-diving and spending time with her family and friends.
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Mr. Paulson earned his Bachelor of Arts in special education and regular education from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He completed his Master’s Degree in Educational Administration at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, in 1999 and completed coursework for his Superintendent’s Certificate at Texas State University.
Mr. Paulson taught special education for four years and was a sixth-grade math teacher for two years. His first job as an assistant principal was in Eanes ISD. He worked for two years at Cedar Creek Elementary and Eanes Elementary and for seven years at Hill Country Middle School in Eanes ISD. Mr. Paulson’s first year as an assistant principal at Lake Travis High School was in 2008.
Mr. Paulson is married to Tara Paulson, a department chair at Lake Travis High School and teacher of AP English 4, English 4, CAVS Academy, and Humanities. He has two children who attend school in Eanes ISD and two step-children who attend school in LTISD. Mr. Paulson enjoys taking family trips, camping, exercising, reading, and enjoying time with his family.
Mr. Roy Hudson completed his bachelor's degree at Weber State University where he earned a football scholarship from 1990-1993 and earned All-American honors as a punter. Roy completed his education credentials from Sul Ross University and also holds a Master's Degree in Education with an emphasis in Educational Leadership from Walden University in 2009.