Justin Madrid, Color Guard Director
Justin Madrid is the Color Guard director at Lakeview Centennial High School. Originally from Odessa, TX Justin currently resides in Allen, TX. Justin has been teaching, designing, and choreographing for marching band and winter guard programs throughout the state for the past 6 years which include Odessa High School, Denver City High School, Midland Lee High school, and Melissa High school. He has also taken groups to perform at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX for the UIL State Marching Contest. As a performer, Justin was a WGI silver medalist in 2018 with CGT Denton and is a 3-time world class finalist with the Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps. He is a well-rounded individual who lives with passion, dedication, and grace.
Lakeview Centennial High School
Joshua Gonzalez, Associate Director
Mr. Gonzalez is starting his third year teaching with Lakeview Centennial High School.
Mr. Gonzalez grew up in El Paso, TX and and moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area to attend the University of Texas at Arlington, where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Music. During his time there, he studied under the direction of Dr. Michael Varner, Dr. James Yakas, and Dr. Andrew Eldridge. He was also involved with many ensembles at the university and served as the Principal Percussionist of the UTA Wind Symphony, Principal Timpanist of the UTA Symphony Orchestra, Drumline Section Leader of the UTA Maverick Marching Band, Member of the UTA Percussion Ensemble, and Elder Member of the UTA World Ensemble. In addition, he also marched with Genesis Drum and Bugle Corps.
Since coming to the metroplex, Mr. Gonzalez has taught and assisted many great percussion programs in the HEB, Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth, and Cedar Hill Independent School Districts. His professional affiliations include being a member of the Percussive Arts Society as well as the Texas Music Educators Association. In his spare time, he enjoys photography, watching the Dallas Cowboys, and playing with his dog, Zeke.
Cameron Green, Associate Director
Wind Symphony, Concert Band
A proud native of Garland, TX, Cameron Green is in his 9th of teaching and serving in his first year as the Associate Director of Bands at Lakeview Centennial HS. He directs the Wind Symphony and Concert Bands while assisting in the direction of the Patriot Marching Band and other ensembles. Prior to teaching at Lakeview Centennial HS, Mr. Green has served in Dallas ISD, Stephenville ISD, DeSoto ISD and Garland ISD. Most recently, he completed his 5th year as Director of Bands at Lyles Middle School in GISD.
After graduating from Garland High School, Mr. Green graduated from Texas Christian University (Go Frogs!) in Fort Worth, TX with a Bachelor’s in Music Education. While attending TCU, he grew under the tutelage of Band Directors Bobby Francis, Brian Youngblood and Delton Brown, Professor of Tuba and Euphonium Richard Murrow, and Professors of Music Education Dr. Sheri Neill and Dr. R. Eric Simpson. Mr. Green also earned a Master of Educational Administration degree from Texas A&M University Commerce and anticipates the completion of his Doctor of Education degree, with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership, from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. Beyond the world of music, education and academia, Mr. Green enjoys spending time with family, mentoring, singing, and volunteering in the Youth, Young Adult and Music ministries at the First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park.
3505 Hayman Dr. Garland, TX 75043
972-240-3740 ext. 61535
Jared Hudler, Director of Bands
Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Patriot Marching Band
Mr. Hudler is in his 9th year of teaching and serving in his first year as Director of Bands at Lakeview Centennial. He directs the Patriot Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, and oversees all aspects of the Patriot Band Program. Prior to his appointment as Director of Bands, he was an Associate Band Director at LC for four years. During that time, he was the director of the Wind Symphony and Concert Band.
Mr. Hudler is a native of Dallas, TX. He graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and Clarinet Performance from Southern Methodist University. While at SMU, he performed with the Meadows Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble and was the president of SMU’s chapter of the National Association for Music Education. He studied clarinet with Paul Garner, associate principal clarinet for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and conducting with Dr. Jack Delaney, director of the Meadows Wind Ensemble. After graduating, Mr. Hudler taught private clarinet lessons and beginner woodwind classes in Rockwall and Duncanville ISDs. He then moved to San Antonio for his first position as an Associate Band Director at what is now known as L.E.E. High School in North East ISD. He taught at L.E.E. for four years, during which time he was director of the Concert Band and Woodwind Choir. He also was the pit orchestra conductor for the annual Spring musical.