Dr. Chance Mays

Dr. Chance D. Mays graduated from Slocum High School in 1997.  He received a Bachelor of Science from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2001.  He has taught at Elkhart ISD, Katy ISD, and Nacogdoches ISD.  He pursued his Master of Education from Lamar University, which was conferred in 2011.  He has an earned doctorate from Stephen F. Austin State University that was conferred in 2015. He became an assistant principal at McMichael Middle School in 2012 and then an assistant principal at Nacogdoches High School in 2013 before becoming the secondary principal at Mt. Enterprise ISD in 2014.

Dr. Mays is married and has four children whose ages are ten, seven, five, and three (three daughters and a son). 

Dr. Mays enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, playing golf, reading, and writing.






A Message from Dr. Mays - Winter/Spring, 2018

This time of year is when things really ramp up here at Mount Enterprise.  We have more extra-curricular activities than can be counted while simultaneously having to academically prepare for STAAR and EOC testing that is quickly approaching.  Despite this busy time, for parents of students I welcome you to stop by and see how things are going. Also we would like to encourage you to contact your child's teachers and check on their progress.  Many times teachers can offer information that is extremely useful for parents.  One of the most important aims of our school is to build that relationship between our school and the homes of our students.  If you have suggestions, praise, or even concerns, we would love to hear them.

Basketball season is winding down, but that transitions right into baseball, softball, and track for most of our student athletes.  Our power lifters are in the midst of their season and are hoping for some success continuing in Regionals and beyond.  Our students in Ag and FFA are gearing up for the Rusk County show and  Band is gearing up for their spring competition, and we all know that our Band program will represent Mount Enterprise in an extremely praiseworthy fashion.  Not for a matter of importance, but lastly, our One Act Play is entering into competition with expectations for another lengthy run, with aspirations of another State competition performance.

Wildcat Nation never slows down!  Make sure you take every opportunity to support our students as they make every effort to represent the school and community in extremely dignified ways!  Go Cats!

 

Chance D. Mays, Ed.D.
Principal
Mt. Enterprise JH/HS

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