Strategic Plan & Vision
Robert Bostic, Superintendent of the Stafford Municipal School District, has been dedicated to children and education for 22 years. He has served as teacher, supervisor, and assistant principal, principal and assistant superintendent. Dr. Bostic is active in community, civic and professional organizations. He is currently a member of the Texas Association of School Administrators, Texas Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Texas Association of Suburban/Mid-Urban Schools, Texas Association of Mid-Sized Schools, Texas Alliance of Black School Educators, Mexican-American School Boards Association, Texas Computer Education Association, the Fort Bend Chamber Education Division, ACHIEVE Fort Bend County, and the Fort Bend Economic Development Council. Dr. Bostic also works nationally as a K-12 Advisory Representative for the Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, WA.
Before coming to SMSD, Dr. Bostic served as the Assistant Superintendent for Academic Programs at Denton ISD in Denton, TX. At DISD Dr. Robert Bostic made using “technology as a tool” a top priority to help teachers and administrators streamline their work with teaching and learning in the district and throughout Texas. As a past elementary and intermediate school principal for fifteen years in Carrollton Farmers Branch ISD, Richardson ISD and Oklahoma City Public Schools, he brings knowledge from the campus level to central administration.
Dr. Bostic also founded and instituted the largely successful Technology Integration Academy that is held each summer in Denton, TX. He founded and spearheaded the i-Bot competitive robotics league for elementary and middle school students, authored the districts application for the National Tech Savvy School Districts for 2009 and 2010 where under his direction placed Denton ISD in the top ten in the nation for two consecutive years. He was recipient of the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Administrator of the Year in 2008 and was also honored as top finalist for Technology Administrator of the Year in 2011. As a campus administrator, Dr. Bostic was successful in leading diverse campuses in Oklahoma City, Richardson and Carrollton Farmers Branch with student populations that had majority minority populations. Each of the campuses received ratings at the Recognized level or Exemplary level under his leadership. At his last campus he was a Texas Business Education Coalition Honor Roll Campus. That annual award is considered to be the most prestigious award for sustained, academic excellence in Texas. According to TBEC, of the more than 8,000 Texas public schools, less than 4% make the Honor Roll.