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We Are Excited to Announce

Posted Date: 09/13/2023

We Are Excited to Announce

Dr. Lisa Muller

Press Release

Longview Independent School District on Friday, October 13, will honor three accomplished former students during the annual Distinguished Alumni festivities.;

This year's Distinguished Alumni are Bob Cohen (Class of 1965), Dr. Lisa Supercinski Muller (Class of 1986), and Cherika Morrison Johnson (Class of 1995).;

Events are set to begin at 9:30 a.m. on the 13th with the Longview ISD Foundation commemorative brick presentation at the Lobo Foundation Plaza (near the home entrance to Lobo Stadium).

An 11:00 a.m. reception at the Mickey Melton Center will be followed by a program.

Distinguished alumni typically have excelled professionally, in addition to serving the communities in which they live. Honorees are nominated at-large and chosen by a committee of previous honorees, volunteer Distinguished Alumni Committee members, and the district’s Community Relations office.

Tickets for the luncheon are $20 ($160 for a table) but only limited seating is still available, so make your reservations TODAY! To order, call Kacy Swaim at 903-381-2235. 

Dr. Lisa Supercinski Muller joined Pryor Public Schools as superintendent in July 2021, after serving as Associate Superintendent for Instructional Services at Jenks Public Schools. Before moving into administration, Lisa was a teacher and instructional coach in Texas and Oklahoma, as well as an academic principal at Jenks High School. 

        A 1986 graduate of Longview High School, Lisa is the daughter of Frank and Becky Supercinski. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas A&M, a Master’s in Administration and Supervision from the University of Houston, and a Doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Oklahoma. Lisa is also an adjunct professor at OU, instructing doctoral students in leadership.

        In 2021, the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration named Lisa Assistant Superintendent of the Year. The OU Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education honored her as Outstanding Graduate Student in 2014. Lisa has published articles in education journals and presented at national conferences.

        Beyond her career, Lisa is involved in community service. She is a member of the Junior League of Tulsa, a Leadership Tulsa graduate, and a board member for Resonance Center for Women. Married for over 30 years, Lisa and her husband Frank have three adult children and a grandchild.

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