Superintendent - Dr. Steven Saldivar
Dr. Steven Saldivar, Superintendent of the Anthony Independent School District, began his tenure at AISD on August 23, 2013. Dr. Saldivar came to the district with twenty-two years of experience in the educational profession. Dr. Saldivar received his bachelor’s degree in education from Sul Ross State University in 1991 and in that same year began his teaching/coaching career as a high school Spanish teacher/coach in Kress, Texas. Dr. Saldivar continued teaching and coaching until 2000 when he became the high school principal in Ganado, Texas.
Dr. Saldivar received his Master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Houston @ Victoria in 2002. He was a high school principal for five years in Crane, Texas and Big Lake, Texas. In 2005, Dr. Saldivar became assistant superintendent in Lamesa, Texas.
In 2008, Dr. Saldivar moved to Big Spring, Texas where he became the superintendent. Dr. Saldivar was the superintendent of Big Spring ISD for five years. Dr. Saldivar received his doctorate degree in 2012 from Texas Tech University.
Dr. Saldivar is married to Becky who is a senior English teacher at AISD. They have three children, Zach is 22 and a senior at Angelo State University, Addy is 17 and a junior at AHS and Lexi is a 5th grader at Anthony Elementary.
Superintendent - Leadership Team Goals
Team Goal: As a Leadership Team, we will foster a culture of innovation, collegiality,
high expectations, accountability, integrity, and ethical leadership through a positive
climate that values shared decision making.
Community Goal: The Anthony ISD Leadership Team will create a positive
environment to reach and involve the community in planning, developing, and
celebrating student and staff successes.
District Goal: The Leadership Team will support the district mission through shared
governance, in order to provide continuous improvement and a positive
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