- Barron Elementary School
Gómez Ramback named principal at Ruth Barron ES
May 20, 2019
Pflugerville Superintendent of Schools Dr. Doug Killian announced the hiring of Natalia Gómez Ramback as the principal of Ruth Barron Elementary School on Friday.
Gómez Ramback comes to Barron from Georgetown ISD where she has spent 16 years leading, growing and serving the community of GISD in a number of roles. Most recently she has been the principal at Dell Pickett Elementary since 2013.
“I am excited to welcome Natalia Gómez Ramback to Pflugerville,” Killian said. “She brings a wealth of experience from another strong performing school district in our area and will be a great administrator for the next chapter at Ruth Barron Elementary.”
While at Pickett Elementary, Gómez Ramback guided a team of more than 50 employees that collaborated to create a positive and productive learning environment for all students. As a bilingual educator and administrator, she was able to communicate with parents in both English and Spanish for most of the significant announcements and communications sent to parents and guardians.
Gómez Ramback said she is looking forward to her new role and leading another campus with a student-centered culture and a unifying partnership among staff.
“I believe that my passion and strong leadership skills will further the mission of PfISD to provide an inspiring, engaging and relevant educational experience that empowers students to reach their full potential as productive members of a diverse global community,” Gómez Ramback said. “I look forward to serving PfISD students and am enthusiastic about this new opportunity to strengthen Texas public schools.”
Prior to her time as the principal of Pickett Elementary, Gómez Ramback served GISD as an assistant principal at Village Elementary, Frost Elementary and McCoy Elementary. She also taught Pre-K and second grade bilingual classes at Frost Elementary and served as the campuses bilingual team leader.
Gómez Ramback replaces Virginia Caudle, who is retiring at the end of this school year with 30 years of service in education.