Dora Sauceda has served as the district's associate superintendent since she was appointed to the job in July 2014. She collaborates with other superintendents in the region to ensure that Brownsville ISD's schools have the necessary resources for success in the next school year. She and her colleagues work relentlessly to help kindergarten through high school students realize their full potential.
Since Dora Sauceda has been in charge of her schools, they have all seen significant development. It is conceivable for high school graduates who do not want to attend college to get certificates from her. High school students may enroll in classes that qualify for high school and college credit to give themselves a college advantage.