Dr. TerriPrincipal  Mossige - theresa.mossige@fwisd.org,  Ms. Mossige is an accomplished educational leader with many years experience both as a high school teacher and a campus administrator. She holds a B.S. degree from Texas Wesleyan University, a Master of Education degree from Texas Christian University and is a current doctoral candidate in TCU's Educational Leadership program. Additionally, she has studied at Harvard University's National Institute of Urban School Leaders, and has been instrumental in developing FWISD's new Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences, an early college high school for students interested in the medical field.  Since 1996, Ms. Mossige has served as teacher, assistant principal and principal at several Fort Worth ISD campuses, including Meacham Middle School, Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School. Wedgwood 6th Grade Center, Leonard Middle School and Stripling Middle School. While at Stripling, she developed a strong partnership with TCU, bringing in mentors and tutors for her students. Under Terri's leadership, Stripling transitioned from an Academically Unacceptable to a Recognized campus. She also has had experience as a private school teacher.




    Assistant Principal

     Miguel Del Toro, miguel.deltoro@fwisd.org,  817 814 5013  Dean of Instruction;  Math/Science/Odyssey

    Mr. Miguel Del Toro joins the Paschal High School admin team after serving three years as a successful and award-winning administrator in Dallas ISD. Mr. Del Toro started  his education career as a bilingual teacher in Arlington ISD back in 2000-2001. Mr. Del Toro also served in Dallas ISD nine years as teacher, coach and as an Assistant Principal. In 2009 he was selected by his peers as Teacher of Year at Reagan Elementary.  He has experience both in elementary and as well as in secondary settings. In 2014, Mr. Del Toro was selected to be part of the elite program of Dallas ISD Fellow Leadership Academy where he was trained by the Harvard Leadership Institute, and specialized  in Data Driven Instruction and Teacher Effectiveness. Mr. Del Toro brings to Paschal High School over fourteen years of education experience and a successful record as an educator and administrator.  Some of his responsibilities as Dean of Instruction will  include overseeing the 11th grade discipline, HB5 courses and Math and Science departments. His 4 year-old daughter Valerie, will be attending Pre-K this school year. Mr. Del Toro enjoys camping, and playing golf.



    Jennifer Fuller

     Jennifer Fuller, jennifer.fuller@fwisd.org,  817 814 5037  operations; Blue Zone; Technology; Safety/Security;  CTE; Health & PE; Science

    Jennifer Fuller is beginning her 18th year at Paschal High School.  After serving as a teacher, head coach and athletic coordinator for many years, she begins her 3rd  as an Assistant Principal.  Ms. Fuller earned her undergraduate degree in Health & Human Performance from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana and her graduate degree in Education Administration from Concordia University in Austin, Texas.




    Hoyler Ryan Hoyler, ryan.hoyler@fwids.org,  Mr. Hoyler has a long relationship with Fort Worth ISD beginning as a student at Benbrook Elementary and later as graduate of Wester Hills High School. He continued his post-graduate education in Fort Worth by earning a B.S. at Texas Christian University, then attaining his Master of Educational Leadership degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. After a career in the private sector, Mr. Hoyler began working in education in 2009, then returned to FWISD as a teacher in 2013 during which time he interned as an assistant principal, taught marketing, and coached the JV Boys Soccer team. He has taught English, Reading, Special Education, Marketing, and Advertising during his educational career.   

    He is responsible for 10th grade discipline primarily M - Z alpha, the arts, social studies, instructional materials, and transportation. He is enthusiastic about the opportunity to share his passion for learning and his background in creating a positive classroom climate. Mr. Hoyler is a proud husband and father. Both of his children are students at FWISD schools. 


    Michelle Guerra, michelle.guerra@fwisd.org, 817 814 5012  Testing Coordinator; AVID/English; World Languages; 9th grade team

    Michelle Guerra is currently in her 17th year at Paschal High School. She began her tenure as the Principal's Secretary and Registrar. After graduating from Texas Wesleyan  University, she was a Reading and AVID teacher. She became a teacher leader with the AVID program and received her Master's Degree from Lamar University. She is currently enjoying being one of the 9th grade Assistant Principals. She is married to the wonderful  David Guerra and they have three handsome sons: Jacob, James, and Matthew.


    TracySmith  Tracy Smith, tracy.smith@fwisd.org, Dean of Instruction over Science and Fine Arts; responsible for 9th and 10th grade discipline last names A-F. 

    Tracy Smith grew up living in Israel and Taiwan up until her senior year.  She got her Bachelors of Science in Math and Science and then her Masters in Leadership and Policy Studies from The University of Texas at Arlington.  She got a job teaching in Crowley and was awarded teacher of the year her second year teaching.  After that Fort Worth ISD scooped her up. Ms. Smith has been a teacher, data specialist, and assistant principal at McLean Middle School for the past 4 years.  When they asked her to come over to Paschal she was excited to get to continue in some of her students' journeys. 

    She lives with her best friend/sister and has six children.  Her children are her pride and joy: Aaron (7), Bayla (6), Twins Olivia and Emma (5), Franco (4), and Jacob (2).  She jokes that she used to have hobbies, but now her hobbies are kids and laundry. 


    James Sparrow

     James Sparrow - james.sparrow@fwisd,  Room - 234,  He handles discipline issues with students whose last names begin with S through Z.  He is also in charge of SPED, ARDS and Math.  Mr. Sparrow was born in San Antonio, TX and raised in Pittsburgh, PA.  After graduating from Schenley High School, he joined the army and retired after 20 years of service.  He received his Masters in Education from the University of North Texas and has been an Assistant Principal at Paschal for 3 years.  In addition to his many duties, he is the sponsor for The Distinguished Gentlemen and The Ebony Multicultural Club.  He is the proud father of 3 daughters and 2 grandchildren.  Mr. Sparrow has worked as an extra on the movie ‘Karate Kid II’ and appeared as a contestant on the television show “American Gladiators” which can be seen on ESPN Classics.