Principal of Krause, Bluebonnet Haven,
Freedom Place, & Carson Parke
As the Principal of four Trinity Charter Schools campuses, Sandra Blasser oversees the education of around 120 girls at Krause Children's Center, Freedom Place, Carson Park, and Bluebonnet Haven. All four of these campuses serve sixth through twelfth grades. Sandy works diligently with the teachers and students at all four schools to create individualized learning plans for each of the students. Her compassion for the children goes beyond their educational needs, as she also works closely with each Residential Treatment Facility to ensure the children's needs are also met outside of the classroom.
Before joining the Trinity Charter Schools team, Sandy worked at Cypress-Fairbanks ISD for 15 years. In 2000 Sandy started her career in education as a fourth-grade teacher. In 2003 Sandy became the Math and Science Instructional Specialist and also earned her Master's degree in Education Administration. From 2006 to 2015 Sandy was an Assistant Principal for an elementary school in CFISD. In 2015 she joined Trinity Charter Schools as the Principal at the Krause Children's Center. In her time as a Principal at Trinity Charter Schools Sandy has greatly improved the educational services that are provided to her students. She has also been appointed Principal at three additional campuses, that have opened in the last five years, these programs are all running very successfully under Sandy's dedicated leadership. Her goal as Principal of four campuses is to provide an exceptional education to all her students to help them reclaim their lives.
Sandy received her Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies in 2000 from the University of Houston. She then went on to continue her education and earned her Master's in Education Administration in 2003 from Sam Houston State University. In her free time, Sandy enjoys spending time with her four sons, two daughters-in-law, and grandson. She also loves to read, draw, and explore the unique small towns that Texas has to offer.