Where Are They Now - Volume XIII

We proudly recognize the achievements of our alumni as they accomplish wonderful things around the globe. Within each issue of Results!, you'll find a list of graduates who have made a difference in their communities and beyond. If you would like to be featured, please send us an e-mail.


Robert Bostic
Stafford, TX
’14 Ed.D. Educational Leadership

Bostic brings leadership and technology expertise to Stafford Municipal School District as Superintendent as of May 2014. He served Denton ISD as Assistant Superintendent for Academic Programs following a promotion from Director of School Leadership and Instructional Technology. In his 23 year career, Bostic was principal, assistant principal and teacher throughout North Texas and Oklahoma City. He was 2008 Administrator of the Year for Texas Computer Education Association and 2011 Top Finalist. He founded the highly-successful annual Lone Star Technology Integration Academy (TIA) and instituted robotic leagues for local school districts.  Most recently, Bostic was honored by UNT as Outstanding Superintendent Certification Student.


June Johnson Hogue
Lubbock, TX
’64 B.S. Elementary Education

Dr. Hogue is completing her 50th year in education within the state of Texas. She is currently a full-time professor and coordinates Education Program Areas at the Lubbock Campus of Wayland Baptist University. Previously she served as a teacher and administrator for Lubbock ISD and taught in the College of Education for Texas Tech University for ten years. Her interests include professional development, leadership and curriculum.  Hogue is an auditor with Curriculum Management Systems, Inc. She is the wife of a retired superintendent and is the active grandmother to six grandchildren.

Karsten Mitchell Hatcher
Denton, TX
’08 B.S.  Interdisciplinary Studies

Hatcher has served 6 years in public education and was recently named a finalist for ATEP Educator of the Year for Texas. She is currently the Reading Intervention Specialist at Lee Elementary in Denton ISD. She has also been named Teacher of the Year at Borman Elementary and has served on several committees. Hatcher has taught 2nd and 3rd grade and earned her Master’s in Educational Administration. She is recently married to Kyle Hatcher who is also a teacher in Denton ISD.

Jesús Lujan
Denton, TX
’13 B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies (EC-6 Bilingual)

Lujan served his first year teaching in Denton ISD as a 2nd grade bilingual teacher at W.S. Ryan Elementary. As a proud supporter of bilingual education and past Roberto Alonzo Scholarship recipient, Lujan was the featured speaker at a 2014 reception at UNT honoring Texas House Rep. Alonzo and recipients of the Alonzo Scholarship. For the 2014-2015 academic school year, Lujan will serve as a 3rd grade bilingual teacher in Denton ISD.

Rob Leffel
Denton, TX
’08 M.Ed. Special Education

Leffel is currently employed with the Denton Independent School District where he serves as the Special Education Department Chair and Physics teacher. He was named 2014 GHS Secondary Teacher of the Year.


Kathryn Richmond
Lewisville, TX
B.S. ’11 Interdisciplinary Studies

Richmond is serving her third year in Lewisville ISD as a 6th Grade Math Teacher. She is committed to building community within the school and differentiating instruction for all learners. Richmond is a founder of Camp Durham, which provides at-risk students with opportunities to give back to their community during summer months.