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Principal Biographies

Mr. Ron Carroll,Campus Director 

Married 42 years to Mary (Aaron) Carroll

Two Daughters: La’Drena Carroll and La’Shanda Robinson

Three Granddaughters: Aliyah, Kaylise, and Trinity Robinson

I currently hold five degrees: two bachelors, two masters, and a doctorate. Having spent 20 years in the military I have been exposed to various educational settings in forty-one states and twenty-seven foreign countries for nearly 38 years. I have found that the single common denominator in all of this was leadership. In each case, leadership has defined the achievement and climate of the educational setting. I have been successful in choosing the right person for the job or changing job responsibilities to fit the organization. My experience at recruiting, hiring, evaluating, and motivating people have brought solid benefits to every organization I’ve been associated with.

I have also had great success in bringing up standardized achievement scores. I have found the best way to master the state standards is through “deep alignment.” This means aligning what is taught and how it’s taught to what and how it is being tested. Not doing this causes subgroups to fall further behind. I have provided focused staff development in disaggregating data, aligning the curriculum, and writing and presenting appropriate lessons in ways that prepare students for the future. Lesson delivery has been monitored by frequent administrative walk throughs.

I believe my mission as an educational leader is to prepare students to become productive citizens and lifelong learners to help themselves as well as our nation compete in the world market. I am concerned not only with their achievement but also with their development. To compete in the world market our students need not only understand the cultures within their community, but also beyond. Educational systems influenced by my leadership foster an environment where students achieve excellence while also receiving varied experiences.

Mrs. Becky Rejon -Elementary Principal

 

This is my fourteenth year in education. I have served in various capacities: general and special education instructional paraprofessional, elementary teacher, secondary special education teacher, assistant principal, and principal. I also have experience in marketing, event planning, youth ministry, early childhood education and the dental field. My varied background and experiences have allowed me to serve adults and children in various capacities, which I feel has enabled me to better understand the needs and desires of the students, families, and community I serve.   


I am an alumna of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Child and Family Studies with a minor in Special Populations. I have a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership.

 

I was born in New Mexico; therefore, I consider myself a New Mexican and a Texan. I am new to the Arlington area, but not new to Texas Leadership Charter Academy. I am coming to the Arlington campus after being at the Midland campus the previous two years. My husband and I look forward to being a part of the Arlington community. My husband, Mike and I have four children Maranda, Jessica, Jared, and Jase, and one granddaughter, Addison. I enjoy being Oma to Addison, a mother to my grown children, spending time with our dogs, traveling and watching Oklahoma City Thunder Basketball.


One of my goals as principal at TLCA Arlington is to know the name and need of every child on campus. Families have a choice and I am thrilled that you have chosen TLCA.

 

Mrs. Brooke Morrison, Secondary Principal 
 

I have been married for 5 years to the love of my life Brad Morrison. I have 3 amazing “bonus” sons Jackson, Noah, and Bradley and a beautiful daughter Brooklyn.

 

I received my Bachelor’s in Education from the University of North Texas in 2007. I am currently pursuing my Master’s degree in Administration from the University of Texas in Arlington. I taught for 5 years in an ISD before coming to TLCA as a first grade teacher. The following year, I was promoted to Assistant Principal. Now I get the honor and privilege to serve our Kindergarten through Second grade students and teachers as the Principal.

 

Throughout my career as an educator, I have found that when students are actively engaged and feel safe, then their academic success rises. It is my goal and mission to make sure that students get to experience cooperative learning in a safe environment where they receive high quality instruction.

 

My vision for this school is:

That we will be THE model and example for every school around us.That our students will lead others with their actions, attitudes, and words. They will ALL use the language of leadership and embody the 7 habits at school and at home. That our staff will communicate effectively with parents, students and community members in a way that builds relationships and  bridges.That I will listen well, respond with wisdom in all situations, keep my emotions in check and use God’s word as my example to live by.