Superintendent & Board
Staci Weaver, Interim Superintendent
Dear Legacy PCA students, Staff, Parents and Community,
Welcome to another new school year. The 2021-2022 school year promises to be a great one. We are so excited to have all of our scholars returning to campus. I would like to take this opportunity to say I am honored and very excited to be your Superintendent of Schools.
Legacy PCA is one of the most innovative school districts in the state and we are preparing our scholars to be college, career and military ready. Since being here, I have learned that the tradition of excellence that exists is due to the wonderful people of our community and the hard work of our scholars and staff.
I would like to take this opportunity to tell you a little bit about myself and my family. First and foremost, I am a wife, mother, and grandmother. My husband David and I have 2 adult children who are married, a son and a daughter, and one grandson. Our son is a realtor and an Aggie, he serves on the school board in Plano ISD and our daughter is a teacher at LPCA, and a UTSA Roadrunner. We are very proud of our children, they are good people, and we are proud of their service to their community. I tell you this because my experiences as a mother have helped to shape me as an educator and a leader.
I deeply believe in a quality and inclusive education for all scholars. LPCA is known not only for its trilingual education and STEM programs, but also for the positive and healthy relationships between staff and scholars. I take very seriously that you have entrusted your children to our care and expect our fine staff to give their best day in and day out.
My mission as your Superintendent is also my passion, and is the reason I do what I do. That is, to provide every scholar the same opportunities, retain and grow engaging teachers and cultivate a learning environment that provides every scholar with a sense of belonging while helping students to grow academically, emotionally and socially. It is a priority that every scholar is successful, graduates from high school, and has the knowledge and skills to be a productive and contributing member of society, while still achieving their goals and dreams.
I have been fortunate to have worked in LPCA central office for the past three years as the Senior Director of School Operations. This has given me the opportunity to build trust, rapport, and relationships that will ensure we are sustainable, resilient, and persevere. I believe we have the right staff in the right places to maintain our excellence and drive us forward with continuous improvement.
There is so much for our scholars to be excited about when they return on Monday, August 9th. All of our programs, clubs, and athletics will resume. We are looking forward to a continuation of a strong PTO presence, and the return of our many festivals and scholar performances.
Finally, I want to congratulate Dr.Rebecca Good for her 10 years of exemplary leadership of LPCA. I wish her well in her retirement.
Staci L. Weaver, MBA
Estimados estudiantes, personal, padres y comunidad de Legacy PCA:
Bienvenidos a otro nuevo año escolar. El año escolar 2021-2022 promete ser excelente. Estamos muy emocionados de que todos nuestros estudiantes regresen al campus. Me gustaría aprovechar esta oportunidad para decir que me siento honrada y muy emocionada de ser su Superintendente de Escuelas. Legacy PCA es uno de los distritos escolares más innovadores del estado y estamos preparando a nuestros estudiantes para que estén listos para la universidad, la carrera y el ejército. Desde que estoy aquí, he aprendido que la tradición de excelencia que existe se debe a la gente maravillosa de nuestra comunidad y el arduo trabajo de nuestros estudiantes y personal.
Me gustaría aprovechar esta oportunidad para compartir un poco acerca de mí y de mi familia. En primer lugar, soy esposa, madre y abuela. Mi esposo David y yo tenemos 2 hijos adultos que están casados, un hijo y una hija, y un nieto. Nuestro hijo es un agente de bienes raíces y Aggie, es miembro de la junta escolar en Plano ISD y nuestra hija es maestra en LPCA y una Correcaminos de la Universidad de Texas en San Antonio (UTSA). Estamos muy orgullosos de nuestros niños, son buenas personas y estamos orgullosos de su servicio a su comunidad. Les digo esto porque mis experiencias como madre me han ayudado a formarme como educadora y líder.
Creo profundamente en una educación inclusiva y de calidad para todos los académicos. LPCA es conocida no solo por su educación trilingüe y programas STEM, sino también por las relaciones positivas y saludables entre el personal y los estudiantes. Me tomo muy en serio el que ustedes hayan confiado a sus hijos a nuestro cuidado y espero que nuestro excelente personal dé lo mejor de sí día tras día.
Mi misión como Superintendente es también mi pasión y es la razón por la que hago lo que hago. Es decir, brindar a todos los estudiantes las mismas oportunidades, retener y hacer crecer a los maestros y cultivar un entorno de aprendizaje que brinde a todos los estudiantes un sentido de pertenencia al mismo tiempo que los ayude a crecer académica, emocional y socialmente. Es una prioridad que cada estudiante sea exitoso, se gradúe de la escuela preparatoria y tenga el conocimiento y las habilidades para ser un miembro productivo y contribuyente de la sociedad al tiempo que logra sus metas y sueños.
He tenido la suerte de haber trabajado en las oficinas centrales de LPCA durante los últimos tres años como Director Senior de Operaciones Escolares. Esto me ha dado la oportunidad de generar confianza, simpatía y relaciones que garantizarán que seamos sostenibles, resistentes y perseverantes. Creo que contamos con el personal adecuado en los lugares adecuados para mantener nuestra excelencia e impulsarnos hacia enfrente mejorando continuamente.
Hay mucho por lo que nuestros estudiantes deben estar entusiasmados cuando regresen el lunes 9 de agosto. Se reanudarán todos nuestros programas, clubes y deportes. Esperamos la continuación de una fuerte presencia de la Organización de Padres y Maestros (PTO, por sus siglas en inglés) y el regreso de nuestros numerosos festivales y presentaciones de los estudiantes.
Finalmente, quiero felicitar a la doctora Rebecca Good por sus 10 años de liderazgo ejemplar en LPCA. Le deseo lo mejor en su jubilación.
El más cálido saludo,
Staci L. Weaver, MBA
Chair / President – Byron Ricksbricks@legacypca.com
Byron is a multi-certified corporate trainer and published author with more than fifteen years of
consulting, training and leadership experience. Byron is skilled in performance management,
facilitating diverse learning, and building productive relationships with clients and staff. He is an
energetic leader with excellent team development, emotional intelligence and conflict
management skills and has the ability to evaluate business processes; troubleshoot to isolate the
cause(s) of human performance gaps and/or organizational needs. He has experience in
forecasting workforce requirements, establishing/redesigning organizations, and
influencing/leading the work of individuals and groups in change initiatives. He has lead
seamless implementations and delivered next-generation assessment solutions that assist in
improving revenues, margins and workplace productivity.
His professional background includes positions as public affairs manager, regional academic
coordinator, and director of administrative services in higher education. He is an entrepreneur
with experience in management, human resources, sales and marketing, and has participated on
leadership teams responsible for implementing performance management standards, recruitment,
interviewing, and staff development. He has served on numerous boards and committees in his
professional career. Presently, he serves on the Frisco Chamber of Commerce Senior Services
Alliance. He is also the President and Chairman of the Board for Legacy Preparatory Charter
School District, serving the Dallas, Mesquite and Plano communities.
Byron has a BBA with emphases in Marketing and Real Estate, and a Master of Arts in Human
Behavior from National University San Diego, California. He has received accreditation from
Ziglar Training Systems (guest trainer) Development Dimensions International (certified
facilitator), Ball State University, Indiana (certified trainer), Accelerated Learning, American
Society for Training and Development (ASTD), American Management Association (Train the
Trainer), and National University-San Diego, Proactive Employee Selection & Retention and
For the last six years, Byron and Flo have owned and operated the Comfort Keepers Franchise in
Frisco, Texas serving the senior communities of Collin & Denton Counties.
Secretary – Vincent Vittatoevvittatoe@legacypca.com
Vince is the Principal/Owner at Vittatoe Consulting, LLC., an independent security consulting business.
Vince started his business in 2018 and brought over 30 years of combined law enforcement and corporate safety, security and loss prevention experience to provide businesses with either a virtual or fractional safety, security & loss prevention executive to help provide strategic security advice and direction to his clients.
Vince received his B.B.A in Accounting from Hardin-Simmons University in 1986 and began his professional career as an accounting supervisor for State Farm Insurance. In 1988, Vince joined the Dallas Police Department, Dallas, TX. where he worked in the patrol division and deployment units at Southeast Patrol Division. In 1997, Vince re-entered the corporate world when he went to work for Accor North America, beginning his career in the hospitality industry. Vince has provided safety, security and loss prevention expertise for such companies as Red Roof Inns, Bob Evans Farm and Mimi’s Cafés, La Quinta Inns and Suites and G6 Hospitality.
Vince is excited to join the Board of Directors for the Legacy Prep Charter Academy and believes in being involved as he is also an active member currently serving on the Board of Directors of IAPSC, International Association of Professional Security Consultants and the McKinney Convention and Visitor Bureau in McKinney, Texas.
Member – Megan Bauermbauer@legacypca.com
Ms. Bauer has been a licensed attorney in good standing with the State Bar of Texas since November 2004. She graduated cum laude from the Texas Tech School of Law in 2004 and has been a public servant throughout her career. Ms. Bauer began her career in the Honors Program at the IRS where she was ultimately promoted to Senior Attorney. Then, in 2011, she began working for the Department of Health and Human Services as an Assistant Regional Counsel. Ms. Bauer also is the director of a non-profit, meditation center and has held that position since January 2012.
Member – Katrina Martinezmkmartinez@legacypca.com
Katrina Martinez entered the field of education in 2005 as a bilingual elementary educator. She completed her undergraduate studies in 2004 focused on Applied Learning and Development at the University of Texas at Austin and received her Master of Education in the specialization of Curriculum and Instruction through Concordia University in 2008.
Throughout her profession, Katrina has served urban, under-resourced populations in a multitude of capacities, primarily contributing to bilingual program and Project-Based Learning development and implementation support. Her recent work has focused on educational partnerships to disrupt and transform traditional learning environments to more innovative, learner-centered programs. Katrina remains passionate about serving the urban population in project-based learning design, adult learning, and cultivating cultural conditions through her independent consulting practice.
Katrina spends her free time volunteering with multiple Dallas based organizations. Her weekends are dedicated to social and family gatherings, extracurricular activities and cheering on the Texas Longhorns. Hook ‘em!