Mr. Kendall Miller

Phone: 817-814-5000

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Mr. Kendall Miller

I am proud to begin my second year as Principal of E. M. Daggett Elementary School.  E. M. Daggett is a wonderful learning community including outstanding students, staff, parents and community members.  

I grew up on a farm in northeast Iowa.  I graduated from the University of North Iowa with degrees in Communications and Elementary Education.  I earned my Masters of Education from Texas Wesleyan University. 

I taught at Bill J. Elliott Elementary as well as Lowery Road Elementary.  I then became the Instructional Specialist, Assistant Principal, and Principal at D. McRae Elementary School.  During my tenure as Principal of D. McRae Elementary we became one of the highest performance campuses on the east side of Fort Worth.  Thanks to the hard work of the staff we were a Recognized campus for the first time and earned multiple Distinctions for academic performance over multiple years.  

I look forward to a great year of learning.  As I tell the students daily “Today will never happen again, so make it count!”  Please do not hesitate to let me know how we can serve you. 

Ms. Jennifer Ramirez

Phone: 817-814-5500

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Ms. Jennifer Ramirez

Assistant Principal

I grew up in Waco, Texas. I went to Baylor University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Education in 2013. I moved to Fort Worth shortly after I graduated. Most recently, I graduated from University of Texas at Arlington with a Master’s in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies with a Principal Certification. I started my teaching career as a substitute for Richard J. Wilson and taught there for 5 years after. I taught Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 4th grade. I was the data analyst/test coordinator this past year. This is my first year at E.M. Daggett Elementary as the Assistant Principal. I am so excited to be here and get to know the Daggett Bulldog family. I look forward to getting to know our students as they grow and succeed through the 2019-2020 school year.