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Welcome to Cameron ISD, home of the Cameron Yoemen. As a 1981 C.H. Yoe High graduate, I feel great pride in returning home to lead this exceptional school district and to be an integral part of our outstanding city. In partnership with our dedicated School Board, we are committed to helping Cameron ISD reach new heights. Our philosophy at Cameron ISD will always center around family, team, loyalty, commitment and trust. As a family, we support all students and employees and expect excellence from all involved. As a team, we will make it a priority to involve all stakeholders as we move our district forward. Loyalty is very evident in Cameron, Texas and is always on display in all educational endeavors. As educators we are committed to all students, all the time. With consistency, perseverance and dignity, we will continue to build trust between our educators, students, parents and community members. Our primary goal is to insure that all students are receiving a top-notch education at all levels. It is our duty and honor to shape tomorrow’s future by setting all students up for success in life. We encourage all community members to be involved in all school activities. We take great pride in the accomplishments of our students and with the help of parents and community members, the best is yet to come.
“Together we the Yoemen stand!”
Superintendent of Cameron ISD
Susan Pommerening began her career in education as a sixth-grade reading teacher in Ferris ISD after completing her Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in 2000. In 2005, she continued her teaching career as a fifth-grade teacher in Corsicana ISD. After nine years in the classroom and obtaining her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University-Commerce, Mrs. Pommerening transitioned into school administration by serving as the assistant principal at Kemp Primary School in Kemp ISD for two years. In 2011, Mrs. Pommerening became the principal of Ben Milam Elementary in Cameron. She began her tenure as assistant superintendent of Cameron ISD in 2016.
Mrs. Pommerening has been married for thirty-one years to her husband, Lynn Pommerening. They have two children, Daniel and Carrie. Mrs. Pommerening attends Grace Church in Cameron, and she is a member of the Cameron Rotary Club.
Mrs. Pommerening believes that all students can reach their full potential through an excellent education. Her goal is to partner with the Cameron community to make all Cameron ISD students successful.
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