WBTX/News 3 reporter Clay Falls is making a career move to public relations. He accepted a position with the Bryan Independent School District.

Falls was voted unanimously to become the school district’s next executive director of communications and public affairs at their June 13 meeting.

The Bryan, Texas station said education is in his genes. His mother was a physical education teacher for more than 30 years in the North Texas area. Falls was a substitute teacher earlier in his career.

“I am honored and excited to join Superintendent Carrabine’s team and their incredible communications department,” Falls said. “Amazing things are happening every day in Bryan ISD. I’m excited to stay in our wonderful community and expand the longtime relationships built in my more than a dozen years here at KBTX-TV.”

Falls has lived and worked Falls in the Bryan community for over 12 years.

While a last day wasn’t given by the station, they wrote: “To avoid any conflict of interest during his remaining time with KBTX-TV, Falls will not cover news stories or be involved in editorial decisions involving Bryan ISD or local education reporting.”


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