Kelley Hirt, principal of Brady Elementary in Brady ISD, was named District 15 president for the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA). Hirt and her fellow officers from the 20 TEPSA districts across the state were installed at the association’s July Leadership Conference. “TEPSA’s state and district leaders are committed to serving in the best interests of the members and children they represent,” said Executive Director Sandi Borden. “We are pleased to have Kelley making a difference in her district.” TEPSA is a diverse, supportive community of professional leaders committed to providing quality education to all PreK-8 Texas children. TEPSA currently represents more than 5,000 elementary and middle school leaders, including principals, assistant principals, central office administrators and supervisors of reading, mathematics, science, special education and other disciplines. Formed in 1917, TEPSA was created to improve children’s futures by bettering education at the elementary level.