Dustin Bromley Named Crosby High School Principal

07/02/2019

CROSBY, Texas - The Crosby ISD Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Dustin Bromley as the new Crosby High School Principal at tonight’s Special-Called Meeting. Bromley replaces Terry Perkins who left the district for the Humble ISD Deputy Superintendent position this past June. 

Mr. Bromley has served as the Crosby Middle School Principal since 2016. Before coming to Crosby ISD, he served in a variety of roles in Galena Park ISD including teacher, coach, coordinator and assistant principal.  In 2016, he was named Assistant Principal of the Year for Galena Park Independent School District and in 2017 he received the Crosby ISD Secondary Principal of the Year recognition.

“I am excited to continue growing as a leader in this district,” said Bromley. “The opportunity to serve as the Crosby High School Principal and work with such a dedicated staff is an honor.  The community has also been such a strong support system, and I know that we will all continue to work together to accomplish great things for these deserving students and their families. I am so thankful to be a part of the Crosby ISD family.”

Mr. Bromley and his wife of 11 years, Erin, are the proud parents of two boys – Owen (4) and Liam (1).