Local School District Superintendent Resigns

Dr. Robert Muller (KISD photo/file)

KILLEEN (April 22, 2014) The superintendent of Killeen schools announced Tuesday he’ll leave his administrative position in Killeen to go back to the classroom at Texas A&M.

Dr. Robert Muller has been at the Killeen district since 2003 and has been superintendent since October 2008, a news release issued by the school district said.

Muller will become a Clinical Associate Professor at Texas A&M University in College Station in the Educational Administration and Human Resource Development Department.

His resignation is effective August 31.

"I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been able to serve the Killeen Independent School District since 2003,” Muller said.

“I have been offered a position as a Clinical Associate Professor at Texas A&M University in College Station.”

“This opportunity at Texas A&M University will allow me to contribute to the education of aspiring and practicing school administrators, something for which I have a strong interest", said Muller.

Muller went on thank all of the KISD board members, current and former, with whom he has worked over the years.

“The dedication that each trustee brings to the business of this district is remarkable,” he said.

“As I prepare to exit the district, I do so believing that Killeen ISD is well positioned for the future,” Muller said.

Muller said he leaves the district with a solid financial foothold and a strong instructional program

“My tenure here in Killeen ISD has been a great experience for which I am truly thankful."