Bryan ISD Deputy Superintendent Ginger Carrabine will take over as the interim superintendent following Dr. Christie Whitbeck’s departure later this month.
The Bryan ISD Board of Trustees named Carrabine as the interim superintendent during their meeting on Tuesday, September 7, 2021.
Carrabine has been in Bryan ISD for four years but is a lifelong educator. She served as a teacher, assistant principal, elementary and middle school principal, executive director of curriculum and instruction, and executive director of strategic planning, prior to coming to Bryan as chief of staff.
“We’re excited to make this announcement,” said Bryan ISD Board of Trustees President Mark McCall. “Ms. Carrabine has worked closely with Dr. Whitbeck and has been involved in decision making in all facets of work in Bryan ISD, and will ensure continuity throughout our District.”
The Board of Trustees made this decision now to ensure the entire Bryan ISD community knows the plan moving forward, so the great work happening in the school district can continue.
Dr. Whitbeck is the lone finalist for the open superintendent position in Fort Bend ISD, with that Board of Trustees scheduled to take a final vote on Thursday, September 16, 2021.