The Communications Office serves to build and maintain strong, positive relationships with the Wimberley Valley community through various communications efforts that support the vision, mission and goals of the Wimberley Independent School District. The office does this by developing and fostering effective two-way communication between WISD and its internal and external audiences by promoting district initiatives, services, events, activities, student achievement, and distributing timely information. In addition, the Communications Officer provides expertise and services that improve the quality and effectiveness of WISD's projects and programs.
To accomplish these tasks the office utilizes several outlets, including the district website, Blackboard School Messenger (email updates), and social media accounts Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
All media-related requests should be made through the Communications Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.847.2414.
Degrees and Certifications:
Allen Bruggman, Communications Officer
Allen Bruggman is the Communications Officer for Wimberley ISD. Born and raised in Central Texas, Allen earned a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Texas in Austin and has spent the past 14 years working in public communications and the news media.
Prior to joining Wimberley ISD in March 2020, Allen worked in the Communications Office at Dripping Springs ISD. Allen and his wife Lou Mandy live in the Wimberley Valley with their three girls, Bright (WHS Class of '30), Dilly (WHS Class of '34), and Bravely (WHS Class of '35).