• Principal

    Mr. McWilliams was born in Waco, Tx and raised in both Fort Worth and Waco Texas.  Mr. McWilliams graduated high school from Waco High and went on to attend the University of Texas at Austin.  Mr. McWilliams received a Bachelors of Arts in Biology with a minor in Chemistry in May of 1996.  In the fall of 1996, Mr. McWilliams began his teaching and coaching career in Fort Worth ISD.  In April of 2012, Mr. McWilliams received in Masters in Educational Administration from Concordia University Texas.  Mr. McWilliams is honored and humbled to lead the scholars at Meadowbrook Middle School, and looks forward to building many long-lasting and memorable relationships.

  • Assistant Principal

    Christi Stinson is a native of West Texas.  She received her Bachelor’s degree from the School of Arts and Science at Texas Tech University.  She continued her education at the University of Texas at Arlington where she received a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.

    Mrs. Stinson has been in been in education for 18 years.  In those years, she has had the unique opportunity to teach at Elementary, Middle, and High School.  She began her teaching career in Houston and has been in Fort Worth ISD for the past 14 years.

    Mrs. Stinson is excited about joining the Meadowbrook family.

  • Assistant Principal

    Dr. Jacques Robinson is excited to join the Meadowbrook Middle team.  He has twenty-one years of experience in education, 9 years teaching and coaching, 6 years as an educational diagnostician, and the last 6 years as an assistant principal.  Dr. Robinson is a graduate of Eastern Hills High School in Fort Worth ISD.  He received a bachelor's degree in Biology from Texas Tech University, a master's degree in Educational Leadership from Lamar University and a doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Grand Canyon University.  He and his wife have four children.  Dr. Robinson believes education is one of the foundations to a successful society.  As educators, we must provide opportunities for all students to learn and grow.