Serving as the school district's executive officer, Superintendent Dr. Wanda Bamberg implements and administers the adopted policies of the Board in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Texas Education Agency and state laws. She is also charged with the responsibility of devising means and ways of efficiently executing the educational policies adopted by the Board to accomplish the district's mission. Dr. Bamberg is also responsible for the daily management and operations of the school district and the supervision of its employees.
Dr. Bamberg began her teaching career in the Tuscaloosa County School District in 1977 where she was assigned to teach English at Boteler Junior High School. In 1981, she transferred to Hillcrest High School where she continued to teach English. In 1982, Dr. Bamberg moved to the Houston area and joined Aldine ISD. She was assigned to teach English and reading at Hoffman Middle School. In 1987, she was named the program director of middle school language arts and in January, 1997, she was promoted to the position of Director of Curriculum and Instruction. In 1998, she was named Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction and in July 2001, she was named Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. In June of 2007 she assumed the duties of Superintendent of Schools.
Dr. Bamberg has 35 years of experience in the field of education and she has spent 30 of those years in Aldine ISD. In June of 2011, she was named the Region 4 Superintendent of the Year.