Rob Dyer has been the principal at Mitchell Elementary since it opened in 2008, and lives in Georgetown. Mr. Dyer attended Texas Tech University, holds a bachelor of arts in education with honors from Eastern New Mexico University and a masters in education with honors from Texas State University, and was a member and officer of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. He is originally from a Texas Panhandle pioneer ranching and farming family, and graduated from Farwell High School in Farwell, Texas in 1991, after spending his senior year studying in an international foreign exchange program in Spain.
Prior to serving as principal at Mitchell, Mr. Dyer was an assistant principal in Georgetown ISD and Round Rock ISD for seven years, a middle school history teacher and cross-country/track coach in Round Rock ISD, a 5th grade teacher in Lake Travis ISD, and a special education teacher in Amarillo ISD and at Region 16 Education Service Center in Amarillo.
Mr. Dyer is married to Lisa Dyer, a CPA with Brown, Grahamn &Co. They have three daughters who attend Georgetown schools. His hobbies are spending time with his family, working on his house, watching sports, live music, painting, skiing, and golf. He is a member of the Georgetown Rotary Club, Georgetown Partners in Education Board, and a past board member of the United Way of Williamson County.