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Brock ISD Superintendent, Dr. Cade Smith named to prestigious  National Superintendent Certification

Posted Date: 12/20/2019

Brock ISD Superintendent, Dr. Cade Smith named to prestigious 

National Superintendent Certification Program 

BROCK, TX - Dr. Cade Smith, Superintendent of Brock ISD, is one of 25 Superintendents across the nation selected to participate in the AASA National Superintendent Certification Program for the East Cohort. Dr. Smith will have the opportunity to work and collaborate through this world-class learning opportunity with colleagues from across the nation. The program focuses on key issues in the superintendency including leadership, understanding and ensuring equity, effective instructional leadership, and continuous school improvement. Smith will additionally work closely with an expert Superintendent mentor that he will be paired with.  

“I am beyond humbled to be selected by AASA into this prestigious cohort, having an opportunity to learn from some of the best superintendents around the nation is a tremendous opportunity. I look forward to gaining knowledge from others and bringing that back to our district where we will remain committed to excellence and continuous improvement, “ states Dr. Cade Smith. 

AASA National Superintendent Certification Program offers a robust experience focused on sharpening the skills of superintendents to become excellent leaders for our children. Dr. Smith will begin the program in July of 2020 and will complete it in February of 2022.


Brock ISD is a 3A school district with approximately 1600 students in grades Pre-K - 12. The district covers about 105 square miles and is located in southwest Parker County. The district has four campuses: Brock High School, which serves grades 9 - 12, Brock Junior High, which serves grades 7 - 8, Brock Intermediate, which serves grades 3 - 6, and Brock Elementary, which serves grades Pre-K - 2. Brock ISD is a six-time Lone Star Cup recipient awarded for academic and athletic excellence in the state of Texas.


AASA, The School Superintendents Association, founded in 1865, is the professional organization for more than 13,000 educational leaders in the United States and throughout the world. AASA’s mission is to support and develop effective school system leaders who are dedicated to equitable access for all students to the highest quality public education. For more information, visit