DISTRICT MISSION & VISION
Sheldon ISD will provide personalized learning opportunities to ensure all students graduate college and career ready.
One of the fastest-growing districts in the Houston area.
Opened new elementary school (Sheldon Lake Elementary) in August.
Sheldon ISD Panther Stadium (a 10,000-seat venue with a video board approx. 20′ tall and 60′ wide) opens Sept. 20.
New C. E. King High School (570,000 feet facility) will have a proposed ribbon cutting mid- to late November (and students transitioning into the building after the Christmas break)
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Sheldon ISD Superintendent King Davis is in his 26th year working in Texas public education, and he has been part of the Sheldon ISD family since January 2016. Over the years, he has worked his way up the educational ladder after spending time as a teacher and coach, elementary principal, high school principal. assistant superintendent, and deputy superintendent.
Mr. Davis received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, and he is currently pursuing his doctoral degree from Texas A&M at Commerce. His past accomplishments as a school administrator include helping Corsicana ISD’s economically-disadvantaged population score double-digit gains in all three areas of the TAKS assessment, played an integral role in Mesquite ISD’s TEA “Recognized” rating in 2010, and led Wharton ISD from “Improvement Required” to “Met Standard” in 2015.Outside of the school environment, Mr. Davis is very faith-based, and he has been happily married to his wife, Stephanie (an elementary principal for Humble ISD) for the past 16 years. Together they have one son, King Davis III, who is a student-athlete attending New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, N.M.
Sheldon ISD’s motto is “Every Child, Every Day.” Mr. Davis will continue to help shape and mold young minds so students may perform at their highest levels.
SHELDON ISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES
President Latricia Archie, Vice President Eileen Palmer, Secretary Angela Cormier, Ken Coleman, Erika Martinez, Devora Myles, President Fred Rivas.