PRINCIPAL: Troy Langston, email@example.com
Mr. Langston has been a professional educator for 25 years. He grew up in the Diamond Hill area of Fort Worth and attended M.H. Moore Elementary, S.S. Dillow Elementary, and the High School for Science and Engineering Professions at P.L Dunbar High School. Mr. Langston earned a BA in Anthropology from UTA, a BS in Zoology from UT Austin, and a MEd from UTA. He taught Biology, Chemistry, and Advanced Placement Biology for eleven years at Carter Riverside High School and served as Assistant Principal at P.L. Dunbar High School for four years before helping to found The Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences. In the seven years that Mr. Langston led TABS, it became one of Texas’ highest achieving schools. Mr. Langston is excited about his fourth year here at Dear Old Paschal, working at Fort Worth's oldest and largest high school and serving our students.
Jackie Trevino-Garcia, firstname.lastname@example.org,817-814-5013
This is Ms. Trevino-Garcia's first year at Paschal. She is here to HELP y se habla Español. Mrs. Garcia is from Fort Worth. She graduated top of her class from Carter-Riverside HS and attended Texas Christian University. While at TCU, she earned a BA in Political Science, BA in Spanish and a Masters in Education. Mrs. Garcia was a teacher at Arlington Heights HS for 21 years. She taught Spanish and AVID. During her time as a teacher, she was a finalist for FWISD District Teacher of the Year. Prior to becoming an assistant principal at Paschal, she was the AVID coordinator for 11 years. She has been a part of many leadership teams within her time as an educator. She has served on teacher leadership groups, an AVID District Professional Development Presenter, as a member of the Equity Team, the Literacy Rally Coordinator, the Care Closet Coordinator, and Special Olympics Co-Coordinator. Mrs. Garcia is honored and excited to join the Paschal Family. This year her duties will include Dean of Instruction for AVID and Special Education, textbooks, and 9th grade discipline. Go Panthers!
Jennifer Pate, email@example.com, 817-814-5014
Ms. Pate was a high school English teacher and AVID coordinator before joining the Paschal administrative team in 2019. Ms. Pate was born and raised in the mid-cities area and has been in education for 22 years. She earned her BS in Education from Stephen F. Austin- where she focused on Kinesiology and English as a Second Language. She later earned her Masters in Educational Leadership from Western Governors University while living in New Mexico working with incarcerated high school dropouts. As much as she enjoyed teaching in corrections, Ms. Pate couldn’t wait to get back home to Texas. This is Ms. Pate’s 8th year in FWISD, third at Paschal, with 5 years being at Marine Creek Collegiate HS. This year, she will be the Dean of Instruction for the Science and Visual Arts departments, and 11th grade discipline. She is Proud to be a Paschal Panther!
Tracy Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817-814-5012
Ms. Smith has been in the R.L. Paschal pyramid for 9 years. She grew up in Israel and Taiwan until her senior year when she moved to the metroplex. She earned her BA in Math and Science and her MEd in Leadership and Policy Studies from UTA. This year Ms. Smith's list of duties include 12th grade discipline , Counseling, Dean of Instruction for Math and CTE, Advanced Academics and PASS week.
Ben Swanson, email@example.com, 817-814-5016
Mr. Swanson has been an educator in FWISD for more than ten years. He served as teacher and assistant principal at Eastern Hills High School for 9 years prior to joining the Paschal team in 2018. His list of duties this year includes 10th grade discipline, Dean of Instruction for Social Studies, JROTC, Health and PE, safety and security, as well as support for our athletics programs.
Randy Young, firstname.lastname@example.org, 817 814-5015
Mr. Young has served students in FWISD for 20 years. He was a science teacher at Northside HS, and has been an assistant principal at several high schools. He joined the Paschal team in 2019. This year his duties include Dean of Instruction for World Languages and English Langauge Arts, and 9th grade discipline.