Christina Rodriguez has been selected to serve as the Sonora Secondary School Principal. This will be her fifth year with Sonora ISD.

“Ms. Rodriguez is an asset to Sonora Secondary and Sonora ISD. She has proven herself as an administrator during this school year, and especially during this spring semester. She was identified by her peers and myself, as the leader to build on the high expectations that we already hold Sonora students to, said Michael Kissire, SISD Superintendent.

This will be her 16th year in education. She was born and raised in Eldorado; she graduated from Eldorado high school in 1995. Her parents, Johnny and Vivian Rodriguez still reside in Eldorado.

She has three sisters, Janie, Yvonne, and Jennifer and one brother, Marc Anthony. Their families live in San Angelo, San Antonio, and Eldorado.
After graduating from high school Rodriguez attended college at Angelo State University earning her bachelor’s degree. She has taught everything from Bilingual Kindergarten, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade up to High School Special Education. She is certified in General Education, Special Education, Bilingual Education, and Principal Certification.

She received her Bachelors (2002) and Masters (2015) degrees both from Angelo State University.

She began her teaching career in 2006 in Ozona.
Ms. Rodriguez has also taught in Midland, Texas and most recently here in Sonora.

She has three children Jon-Luke, Jennifer and Justin.

She enjoys spending time with her children, reading, traveling, and running.
Ms. Rodriguez and her children like to go to the lake and camp with their family. They also enjoy going to baseball games and visiting the beach.
Ms. Rodriguez is looking forward to her new position and explained “I am grateful for this opportunity to be able to help lead this school to the success Sonora ISD is known for.”

Congratulations to her on her new position and best wishes for the 2022-2023 school year.