Frenship Independent School District announced Casey Loafman has been named the new principal of Frenship Middle School.
Loafman has been a part of the FISD administrative team since 2015 serving as principal of the Reese Education Center.
“I am extremely blessed to be named the new principal at Frenship Middle School,” Loafman said. “I look forward to working with the exceptional students, parents and staff at the campus. The tradition of excellence at FMS is second to none and I look forward to carrying this tradition on.”
Prior to joining Frenship, Loafman was assistant principal at Lubbock ISD’s Smylie Wilson Middle School from 2011-2015.
An educator since 2005, Loafman began his career as a teacher and coach at Caprock High School in Amarillo for one year and Monterey High School for five years before moving into campus administration at Wilson.
He assumes the role of former FMS principal Jerry Jerabek who accepted a position at Lamesa ISD earlier this month.