Band Directors

Bennett Parsons 

Bennett Parsons is the Director of Bands at League City Intermediate, in Clear Creek ISD. Prior to League City, he taught at Victory Lakes Intermediate and in Pearland at  Berry Miller Junior High. Mr. Parsons teaches beginning brass classes, assists  with the Intermediate band, and leads the Advanced Band. His bands have consistently earned superior ratings at UIL, won numerous Best in Class awards at local festivals, and have had the honor of performing at the 65th Anniversary celebration of NASA, held at Johnson Space Center.   

An active performer, Mr. Parsons has served as principal euphonium with The Houston Brass Band and principal baritone with the Magnolia City Brass Band. Led by Robert Walp of the Houston Symphony, their acclaimed performances have captivated audiences at Jones Hall, the Hobby Center, the Midtown Arts & Theatre Center, and The Round Top Festival Institute.

Mr. Parsons serves as TMEA Region 17 North Zone Band Chair and is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA), Texas Bandmasters Association (TBA), and Texas Music Adjudicators Association (TMAA). He is an active consultant/clinician, has presented at the Texas Music Educators Association Clinic, SHSU Art of Teaching Music Workshop, and has worked with region and district honor bands in the Houston area. 

Mr. Parsons is a summa cum laude graduate of Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth, Texas. While there, he performed with the Wind Symphony and served as band president. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Instructional Technology & Design from the University of Houston - Clear Lake.

Outside of teaching, Mr. Parsons enjoys running, cycling, cooking, and watching Marvel movies.

Favorite Piece for Band: Lincolnshire Posy by Percy Grainger 

Favorite March: The Melody Shop by Karl King 

Favorite Musical Moment: Performing at Carnegie Hall with the TCU Wind Symphony


Robin WINter 

Robin Winter is a retired band director and serves as interim associate director at League City Intermediate. She previously worked in McKinney, Prosper, and Plano ISDs. We're grateful to have her on our team! 

Robert Fish 

Robert Fish teaches & coordinates percussion at Clear Creek High School, League City Intermediate, and Clear Creek Intermediate. Mr. Fish has been a professional performer, educator, arranger, and consultant since 1995. He began his career teaching percussion lessons and ensembles at various schools throughout his hometown of Houston, TX while pursuing undergraduate study at the University of Houston Moores School of Music. While at UH, he gave world premieres of new solo and ensemble compositions, performed under renowned conductors with the Texas Music Festival, toured with the UH Afro-Cuban Ensemble, and acted as principal percussionist for the UH Wind Ensemble’s 1998 GRAMMY-semifinalist recording Holst: The Planets; Copland: Appalachian Spring. 

To further explore education and leadership philosophy and methodology, Mr. Fish moved to the mountains of Western North Carolina in 2000 to add a second undergraduate major in Experiential Education at Brevard College—where he also completed his primary undergraduate major in music with honors as co-valedictorian in 2003. After teaching and performing for several years, he began graduate study as a Chancellor’s Fellow at Appalachian State University. There, he recorded the world premiere of Angels by avant-garde composer Stuart Saunders Smith and won the Appalachian Concerto Competition on his way to earning the Master of Music Degree in Percussion Performance. Additionally, he was awarded a graduate research grant to pursue Taiko (Japanese-style drumming) study with wadaiko artist Art Lee in Japan, and he worked for seven years with with high-risk and adjudicated youth as the creator and director the southern Appalachian region’s only Taiko ensemble.  

Mr. Fish ultimately returned to Texas in 2012 to realize his educational vision as an assistant band director and secondary percussion director. Over the past decade, he developed his career with several successful band programs—most notably as Assistant Band Director and Percussion Director for the Dawson High School cluster in Pearland, TX. His ensembles and students have earned numerous achievements, including BOA Regional Finalist (10th), UIL Honor Band Finalist (4th), UIL 6A State Marching Contest (16th), Texas All-State Band, National Concert Band Festival, marching percussion caption awards, and percussion ensemble festival placements—including as winners of both the high school and junior high divisions of the Shadow Creek Percussion Festival in the same year. 

Mr. Fish is passionate about the growth and development of the whole person through music performance practice. He is a member of the Percussive Arts Society, the Texas Music Educators Association, the Association for Experiential Education, and the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honors Society, and he is an Educational Artist for Remo drum heads and Grover Pro Percussion.​

Clear Creek HS Band Staff

Tate Fincher - Director of Bands 

Caleb Hodson - Associate Director 

Robert Fish - Director of Percussion

Clear Falls HS Band Staff 

Brian Moreno - Director of Bands 

Max Phillips - Associate Director 

Nathan Valdez - Director of Percussion 

Clear Springs HS Band Staff 

Lester Williams - Director of Bands 

Michael Gonzalez - Associate Director 

Adrian Aguirre - Director of Percussion