District names new coordinator of special programs and assistant principal at Aledo High School
July 2, 2020
Aledo ISD has named Keshia Chaney as the district’s coordinator of special programs and Loryn Windwehen as an assistant principal at Aledo High School.
Chaney has been the special services coordinator in the Burleson ISD since 2017. Prior to that, she was a special services diagnostician and also a lead diagnostician in the Burleson ISD from 2012 to 2017. Chaney was also a special education collaborative teacher in the Lorenzo ISD from 2009 to 2012.
“As we work to guarantee exceptional experiences for our student with special needs, Mrs. Chaney’s experience and skill in ensuring collaboration and systems are in place will be incredible additions to our special services programming,” Superintendent Dr. Susan K. Bohn said. “We are thrilled to have her joining our Bearcat Leadership Team.”
Chaney has a bachelor’s of science from Angelo State University and a master’s of education in special education with an emphasis on educational diagnostician and a teaching certification from Wayland Baptist University.
“I am excited for the opportunity to work in Aledo ISD,” Chaney said. “Everyone has been welcoming, and I can already tell this is a wonderful place to be.”
Windwehen has been an assistant principal at Jefferson Middle School in the Northside ISD in San Antonio for the last four years. Prior to that, Windwehen was an eighth-grade science teacher and the science department coordinator at Jefferson Middle School. She also taught science at Harris Middle School in the North East ISD in San Antonio for nine years. During her time at Harris Middle School, Windwehen was named the 2012 Overall Teacher of the Year for North East ISD and the 2012 Region 20 Secondary Teacher of the Year.
“We are excited for Ms. Windwehen to be joining the administration team at Aledo High School,” Aledo ISD Superintendent Dr. Susan Bohn said. “We look forward to the positive impact that her experience building relationships and helping students reach for and achieve high expectations will have on the Aledo High School students, staff and community.”
Windwehen has a bachelor of science in agricultural sciences from Texas A&M University, and she has a master’s of educational leadership from Texas State University.
“I am honored and excited to serve alongside the exceptional staff of Aledo ISD and look forward to joining the outstanding community of excellence that exists here,” Windwehen said.