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Sancy Fuller » Executive Director of Special Education and Academic Support

Executive Director of Special Education and Academic Support

“My mission is to strive each day to be a vessel that helps lead, support, learn from as well as grow staff, students, and community. I commit to being present each day with a heart of compassion, patience, love for others, integrity, fairness and understanding other perspectives.”

The Special Education department in Lovejoy ISD is known throughout the country due to the success in specialized education tailored to meet the needs of students with disabilities brought to Lovejoy ISD through the leadership and guidance from the Executive Special Education Director, Sancy Fuller.
Sancy Fuller is the Special Ed. Director and Student Support for Lovejoy ISD. She is honored to serve the students, parents and staff. Sancy joined the Lovejoy ISD Executive Cabinet in June 2007.
During her 19 years in public education, Sancy has served as a Behavior Specialist and Special Ed. Coordinator and since 2007 as the Executive Director of Special Education and Student Services. She not only serves in Special Education, Dyslexia, 504 programs, PST, DAEP, Academic Support and coordinates all State Testing, Campus Nurses, Counselors, Chess, SHAC, Auxiliary Committees, as well as the Pre-K Program and after school program.
Sancy earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Counseling from Texas A&M Commerce in 1995 and a Master’s of Education Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix in 2005.
Her joy are her children, Josh, who graduated from Southeastern University, Alexis graduated from SMU, and her son, Aaron, attends the University of Washington and plays for the Huskies. Lauryn, her daughter is a Senior this year at Lovejoy High School and Avery is in the 8th grade at Willow Springs Middle School.
Sancy and her children have a love for animals and have 4 dogs and a cat. She also loves being involved in her children’s activities and events, as well as reading, and volunteering with CASA and the Journey of Hope.