Senior Staff

  • The Senior Staff team is comprised of the Judson Independent School District's executive staff members. This group of administrators is responsible for assisting the Superintendent in addressing the School Board's goals and assisting the Superintendent in management of Judson ISD. The Senior Staff members meet weekly to provide input to the Superintendent on all major operational, programmatic and fiscal issues that affect the District.

    Members

    Jeanette Ball, Ph.D. Superintendent of Schools
    Bill Atkins Chief Financial Officer
    Cecilia Davis Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction
    Milton R. Fields III, Ph.D. Deputy Superintendent of Administration & Operations
    Marco Garcia Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
    Steve Linscomb Director of Communications
    Rebecca Robinson Deputy Superintendent of Teaching & Learning
    Nicole Taguinod Director of Accountability and Assessment

     

    Bill Atkins

    Bill Atkins
    Chief Financial Officer

    Bill Atkins comes to JISD from Floresville ISD where he has spent the last 4 years as Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Operations. Before Floresville, he served Southwest ISD for 20 years in different administrative positions, the last 10 in its Business and Finance Department. Mr. Atkins hails from Floresville where he graduated high school in 1985. He went on to receive his Bachelor’s degree in Applied Arts and Sciences and Master’s degree in Administration, both from The University of the Incarnate Word. Before working in education, Mr. Atkins served TXDOT as a Construction Project Manager.

     

    Cecilia Davis

    Cecilia Davis
    Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction

    Cecilia Davis serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction for Judson ISD. She leads the instructional specialists in the development of a robust curriculum and ensures the implementation of best practices through facilitation of quality professional learning. Throughout her tenure in Curriculum and Instruction, Ms. Davis has provided leadership in various central office departments, including Federal Programs and Grants, Instructional Technology, Health and Wellness, English Learner Programs, Dyslexia and 504 Services, Response to Intervention, Professional Development, Instructional Materials, Data Research, Testing and Accountability.

     

    Milton R. Fields III, Ph.D.

    Milton R. Fields III, Ph.D.
    Deputy Superintendent of Administration & Operations

    Dr. Milton "Rob" Fields III is a native of Live Oak, Texas and a Judson High School graduate. Dr. Fields retired from the United States Air Force in 2001 after 20 years of honorable service. He began his career in the Northside Independent School District in 2002 as a Business Teacher and Coach at Taft High School. In 2005, Dr. Fields was named Assistant Principal at the newly opened Stevens High School, and in 2007 he was named Principal of Karen Wagner High School in Judson Independent School District. In 2014, Dr. Fields was named Assistant Superintendent for Operations and in July of 2018 he became Deputy Superintendent for Administration and Operations. Dr. Fields received his Bachelor’s degree in Business from Wayland Baptist University and a dual Master’s degree in Human Resources and Management from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri. In 2016, he received his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Texas A & M at Kingsville. 

     

    Marco Garcia

    Marco Garcia
    Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

    Marco Garcia has spent 26 years as a professional educator in public education. He has proudly served as a high school physics teacher, basketball coach, campus administrator, and district administrator. He became the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources at Judson ISD in April, 2017 after serving as Director of Human Resources prior to that. He has earned campus Teacher of the Year honors twice in his career, and he considers working as a teacher or teacher aide to be one of the greatest professions in the world.

     

    Steve Linscomb

    Steve Linscomb
    Director of Communications

    Steve Linscomb is the Director of Communications for Judson ISD and has served in that position since 2012. He heads the department that handles internal and external communications within JISD as well as marketing, media relations, publications, and open records requests. He is a part of the Superintendent’s Senior Staff and is the spokesperson for the district. Steve grew up in San Antonio and graduated from Abilene Christian University. He spent much of his professional career in the news media as a reporter, photographer, editor, producer, and on-camera meteorologist. He has worked in television markets such as Abilene, Texas, Columbus, Ohio, Tyler, Texas, Lubbock, Texas, and here in San Antonio before coming to Judson ISD. 

     

    Rebecca Robinson

    Rebecca Robinson
    Deputy Superintendent of Teaching & Learning

    Rebecca Robinson has served in education since 1981 beginning her career as an elementary teacher in the Eagle Pass Independent School District. There she spent more than two decades not only as a teacher, but also as a supervisor for summer school, after-school care, and as a language arts coordinator. She went on to work as a principal and later as Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in that district. Her career also includes service as Superintendent of Schools at South San Antonio ISD and Chief Financial Officer at Uvalde CISD spanning from 2012 to 2015. Before coming to Judson ISD in 2018 as Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Ms. Robinson worked as a professional service provider and consultant. Her years of experience and training will provide JISD with effective leadership at many different levels.

     

    Nicole Taguinod

    Nicole Taguinod
    Director of Accountability and Assessment

    Dr. Nicole Taguinod began her educational career in Judson ISD as a student teacher at Miller’s Point Elementary School. Most of her 17 years in public education has been spent serving the community of Judson as a teacher, campus administrator, and district specialist. She spent two years with San Antonio ISD as the Assistant Director of Testing before returning home to Judson to take on the role of Director of Accountability and Assessment in 2015. Dr. Taguinod is a member of several TEA committees where she advocates for equitable accessibility for students and she represents Region 20 as an elected board member for the Texas Statewide Network of Assessment Professionals.