Fulshear High School & Leaman Junior High

​​​​Andrew Lee

​​David Reynolds

​Amy Bennett

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Amy Bennett is the Band Director for Dean Leaman Junior High School.   
     Prior to her appointment at Leaman Junior High, Ms. Bennett served as the assistant band director at Antoinette Reading Junior High School (Lamar CISD).
      During her time there, her bands received multiple consecutive "Superior" ratings and Sweepstakes Awards at UIL Concert & Sightreading Contest and the Reading JH Honors Band was invited to play at the Midwest Clinic: An International Band & Orchestra Conference in Chicago, Illinois.
     Ms. Bennett completed her Bachelor of Music degree at Stephen F. Austin State University. She served as principal oboist of the SFA Wind Ensemble and performed with the Orchestra of the Pines and the SFA A Capella Choir. She was awarded the top Young Artist Scholarship and received the Dean’s Circle Award, an award given jointly by the community and university leadership. In 2010, she was named the Outstanding Instrumental Recitalist of the Year, the Outstanding Music Graduate, and the SFASU Bandswoman of the Year.
     Her marching experience began through Drum Corps International in 2006 playing baritone for the Revolution Drum & Bugle Corps of San Antonio, Texas. In 2008, aging out in 2009, she also marched for the Bluecoats Drum & Bugle Corps of Canton, Ohio. Ms. Bennett also served as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant for the Lumberjack Marching Band where she also played Sousaphone. 
     Since 2007, Ms. Bennett has traveled internationally to China and throughout Europe as a musician and educator, most notably with the SFA Wind Symphony, Houston Symphonic Band, and the Star of Texas.
     In addition to teaching band, she continues to perform professionally and serves as an oboe Instructor with Bocal Majority and Stephen F. Austin State University Band Camps.
     In 2014, she completed her Master of Education degree in Administration and Supervision from the University of Houston-Victoria. 

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Andrew Lee is the Director of Bands for Churchill Fulshear High School.  

Before coming to Fulshear Andrew served three years as the Associate Director of Bands for Ridge Point High School in Fort Bend ISD where his responsibilities included the design and instruction of the marching band, the jazz ensemble, concert band, winter drum line, and co-directing the symphonic band.  The Ridge Point marching band was a two-time Area Finalist and UIL State Marching Contest participant in 2013 and 2015 as well as a TMEA Class 5A Honor Band Finalist in 2015.  Before his placement there he served as Assistant Director of Bands at Katy High School in Katy ISD where he also oversaw the marching band, concert band, winter drum line and jazz project. His final year at Katy the Katy Jazz Band was selected as the 2013 TMEA Honor Jazz Band.
Mr. Lee has spent several years teaching in Drum Corps International as an Assistant Brass Caption Head at Glassmen Drum and Bugle Corps as well as Spirit of Atlanta.  Andrew also was a Brass Caption Head in DCI’s Open Class at Memphis Sound/Forte Drum and Bugle Corps.  He marched in 2005 for the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps of Canton, Ohio as a euphonium soloist.  Mr. Lee is also a sought after marching designer/clinician having written drill for several bands in the state of Texas including two state marching contest participants.
Mr. Lee graduated from Abilene Christian University in 2008 with a degree in Music Education.  He grew up in the Houston area, attending Cinco Ranch HS, and is also a very accomplished trombonist.  He is married to his best friend and partner Beth, who is also a band director, and they have one adorable son named Archer as well as two dogs named Phoebe and Rascal. 


David Reynolds is  the Assistant Band Director at Dean Leaman Junior High School.  He also assists with the Fulshear High School Band and Percussion program. 

Prior to joining the staff at DLJH and CFHS, Mr. Reynolds was the Associate Director of Bands at Seven Lakes High School having opened that school in 2005.  While at Seven Lakes he conducted the Symphonic Band, assisted with the marching band, coordinated all aspects of the high school percussion program and taught beginner classes at Beckendorff Junior High School and Seven Lakes Junior High School.  His ensembles have consistently earned superior ratings at both the region level and state level University Interscholastic League events. 

Mr. Reynolds earned his Bachelor of Music degree from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas where he was a student of Alan Shinn, Gregg Koyle, Lisa Rogers,  James Sudduth and Keith Bearden.   He has also done graduate work at East Texas State University (now Texas A&M – Commerce). 

Prior to his tenure at Seven Lakes High School, Mr. Reynolds taught at James E. Taylor High School (Katy ISD) from 1997-2005 and Texas City High School from 1992- 1997.  He is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Bandmasters Association and the Percussive Arts Society.  He is also a frequent freelance performer in the West Houston/Katy area.  He has been married to his wife Laura, for 23 years and shares the house with their dogs Ellie and Tori.