Waxahachie ISD names Clyde Melick to oversee 2015 bond projects Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Waxahachie on November 10, 2015 by Staff Report Photo courtesy Waxahachie ISD. Clyde Melick was named Assistant Superintendent of Facilities for Waxahachie ISD during the November 9, 2015 school board meeting. He will oversee the 2015 bond projects.WAXAHACHIE — At the November 9, 2015 Waxahachie Independent School District board meeting, Clyde Melick was named Assistant Superintendent of Facilities to oversee the 2015 bond projects and future building plans required by WISD’s student population growth."We are excited that Clyde is joining our team," Dr. Jeremy Glenn, superintendent of Waxahachie ISD, explained. "The construction that WISD is undertaking is a great challenge and opportunity, and we want to make certain that we have excellent oversight of it. Clyde brings experience and knowledge of both the city and district. We are looking forward to being able to take advantage of his expertise."Clyde has served as the Director of Planning for the City of Waxahachie since 2007. He has a unique perspective of the city and its needs because he was born and raised in Waxahachie. Clyde attended Waxahachie schools where he graduated in 1988. He then graduated from Southwest Texas State in San Marcos with a Bachelor’s of Science in Geography and Planning. He also received his Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.In his free time, Clyde enjoys spending time with his family, bicycling, gardening, and basically being outside.Clyde and his wife Chrisanna have been married for seventeen years and they have three children: Abigail, 16, Sophia, 14 and Clyde IV, 12. You may also be interested in readingWISD Superintendent Glenn reverses decision and will stay in WaxahachieWaxahachie ISD superintendent set to resignKen Lynch named principal at Global High SchoolFact checking the WISD bond: The indoor multi-purpose facilityKBEC to host WISD bond information session April 4Waxahachie ISD invites public to reception for outgoing deputy superintendentWISD named a Best Community for Music Education for second timeWaxahachie hires Wade Goolsby as next police chiefWISD names new principal of Finley Junior HighWISD teacher admits relationship with former student amid misconduct allegations ← Red Oak first reponders receive awards for saving lifeLt. Gov. Dan Patrick criticizes Dallas over LGBT decision → You must log in to post a comment.