PrincipalCrystal Love Culton began her educational journey at Rosemont Middle School in 2007 as an ELAR and AVID teacher. After two years, she transferred to Wedgwood Middle School as the Lead ELAR teacher before accepting a position as a New Teacher Specialist in 2013. Over the next few years, Ms. Culton had the opportunity to coach, present, and develop professional learning sessions for teachers and staff. In 2017, Ms. Culton accepted a position as an assistant principal of Riverside Middle School. In 2020, Ms. Culton had the honor and privilege to accept the position of principal at Meadowbrook Middle School! She is very proud to serve the community. She is a product of Fort Worth ISD and takes pride in being a Meadowbrook Buffalo! As a school leader, Ms. Culton is excited to provide opportunities and innovative ideas that challenge the obstacles her students face in a twenty-first century economy and firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Denisha Ibiezugbe, I will be joining the Meadowbrook Family as your new Assistant Principal. I have been an educator for 17 years; I bring experience, intentionality and purpose in order to create an environment where we all have a sense of belonging. This will be my second year as an administrator. Prior to becoming an admin, I was a counselor for nine years at Western Hills HS and six years at Polytechnic HS as a Behavior Improvement Teacher. I also worked as a 6th grade math teacher for one year at G.L. Wiley MS in Waco, TX (my hometown). I have been married for 16 years and have two children.
As you all know, we are facing many challenges, yet we have some of the best opportunities to engage learners, the community, and each other to continue to shape what teaching and learning can look like at Meadowbrook MS.
I look forward to working with all stakeholders, as we help to mold and shape our students to become productive citizens in an evolving society.
Dr. Jacques Robinson is excited to enter another year with Meadowbrook Middle team. He has twenty-three years of experience in education, 9 years teaching and coaching, 6 years as an educational diagnostician, and the last 8 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.