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Principal Melissa Bryan

melissa.bryan@fwisd.org 

Melissa Bryan is proud to be a native of Fort Worth and a product of the Fort Worth ISD. She attended South Hi Mount Elementary, Stripling Middle School and graduated from Arlington Heights High School. She holds a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from Auburn University. After several years of teaching, she continued her studies in educational administration at the University of Texas at Arlington and graduated with her masters in educational administration. Most recently, she completed a doctorate of education in educational leadership and policy studies at Tarleton State University.

Dr. Bryan is in her 22nd year of service for the Fort Worth ISD. After completing her student teaching in Perth, Australia, she taught at Benbrook Elementary for seven years. Dr. Bryan served for three years as the assistant principal at Sam Rosen Elementary before being appointed principal at Luella Merrett Elementary in 2006. In 2015, she was appointed principal of McLean Middle School. In 2017, she made the decision to go back to where her heart is; serving at the elementary she attended as a child, South Hi Mount.

Dr. Bryan and her husband, Robert, are the parents of two lovable yellow Labrador retrievers named Aubie (the Tiger) and Herbie (the Husker). Aubie & Herbie are retired therapy dogs that worked with children in schools for 9 years. In her spare time her hobbies include cooking, reading, off-roading, and watching sports. She especially loves college football where she is a die-hard Nebraska Cornhusker (for her husband) and Auburn Tiger fan.

                                                                          

 

 

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Vice Principal Carolyn Ratcliff

carolyn.ratcliff@fwisd.org

I appreciate going to school every day. I enjoy working with students and I also enjoy getting to know the parents. I attempt to be fair and consistent with all students. All students are a priority. I want to know who’s achieving, who’s in need of a little extra help and who’s having their best days ever! I want to get to know student’s names and personalities. Students don’t have to be “in trouble” to visit or talk to the assistant principal.   

I am originally from East Texas but have grown to love and appreciate the metro-plex.  I enjoy reading and learning new things. I keep an open door policy and will always find time to meet with parents, students and teachers.

Graduate of University of Texas in Tyler

Masters Graduate of Stephen F. Austin University

Currently pursuing Doctorate at SFA

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    From El Salvador

    Laura Guzman

    Resident Principal

    laura.guzman@fwisd.org

     

     

    MEET THE SHM TEACHER TEAMS

    Pre-K Team

     

    Laura Campuzano 

    laura.campuzano@fwisd.org

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    Students will learn about things that make us human—our ability to think and feel. They will explore their cognitive abilities by brainstorming, following clues, and solving problems. They will practice recognizing emotions and discuss ways to appropriately express them.

     

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    Angela Keener

    Angela.Keener@fwisd.org

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    Students will learn about stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. Students will retell these stories using various forms of expression.

     

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    Mirthala Guerrero

    gmirthala.Guerrero-Montes@fwisd.org

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    Students will learn about things that make us human—our ability to think and feel. They will explore their cognitive abilities by brainstorming, following clues, and solving problems. They will practice recognizing emotions and discuss ways to appropriately express them.

     

    Kindergarten Team

    Sommer Garrison

    Jessica.Garrison@fwisd.org

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    Yen Hoang 

    yen.hoang@fwisd.org

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     Tanya Hardin

    Shawna Hardin

    shawna.hardin@fwisd.org

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     Scott

    Carleta Scott 

    carleta.scott@fwisd.org

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    1st Grade Team 

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    Karen Hampton

    Karen.Hampton@fwisd.org

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    • Math-Place value is the relationship of the value of digits. Numbers are identified, composed, decomposed, ordered and compared to develop a conceptual foundation of the base-10 number system.  
    • Science-Students will examine and compare components of soils.  They will investigate how rocks, soils, and water make useful products.  Students will identify and describe natural resources of water, including streams, lakes, and oceans.
    • Reading-Comprehend fiction and non-fiction texts using a range of strategies such as making connections with background knowledge, identifying text features, and summarizing.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about maps and globes and how to use them to locate places. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     

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    Maria Padilla-Zavala

    Cecilia.Padilla@fwisd.org

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    • Math-Place value is the relationship of the value of digits. Numbers are identified, composed, decomposed, ordered and compared to develop a conceptual foundation of the base-10 number system.  
    • Science-Students will examine and compare components of soils.  They will investigate how rocks, soils, and water make useful products.  Students will identify and describe natural resources of water, including streams, lakes, and oceans.
    • Reading-Comprehend fiction and non-fiction texts using a range of strategies such as making connections with background knowledge, identifying text features, and summarizing.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about maps and globes and how to use them to locate places. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     "Tina come get some dinner."

    Tina Hagerman

    tina.hagerman@fwisd.org

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     Vanessa Torres (she's the new one)

    Vanessa Torres

    vanessa.torres@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of subtraction or the separation of quantities continues with the emphasis on regrouping and decomposing using multiple strategies within a real world context.
    • Science-Students will examine and compare rocks.  They will investigate how rocks, soils, and water make useful products.  Students will identify and describe natural resources of water, including streams, lakes, and oceans.
    • Reading-Comprehend using a variety of strategies such as identifying important ideas, monitoring and clarifying, and asking questions.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about how people, plants, and animals interact with the world around them. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     

    2nd Grade Team

     

    Amy Hernandez

    amy.hernandez5@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of subtraction or the separation of quantities continues with the emphasis on regrouping and decomposing using multiple strategies within a real world context.
    • Science-Students will examine and compare rocks.  They will investigate how rocks, soils, and water make useful products.  Students will identify and describe natural resources of water, including streams, lakes, and oceans.
    • Reading-Comprehend using a variety of strategies such as identifying important ideas, monitoring and clarifying, and asking questions.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about how people, plants, and animals interact with the world around them. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     

     

    Rolando Reyes Martinez   

    rolando.reyesmartinez@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of subtraction or the separation of quantities continues with the emphasis on regrouping and decomposing using multiple strategies within a real world context.
    • Science-Students will examine and compare rocks.  They will investigate how rocks, soils, and water make useful products.  Students will identify and describe natural resources of water, including streams, lakes, and oceans.
    • Reading-Comprehend using a variety of strategies such as identifying important ideas, monitoring and clarifying, and asking questions.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about how people, plants, and animals interact with the world around them. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     

     John Reed:Pretty Cool Guy

    John Reed

    john.reed@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of subtraction or the separation of quantities continues with the emphasis on regrouping and decomposing using multiple strategies within a real world context.
    • Science-Students will examine and compare rocks.  They will investigate how rocks, soils, and water make useful products.  Students will identify and describe natural resources of water, including streams, lakes, and oceans.
    • Reading-Comprehend using a variety of strategies such as identifying important ideas, monitoring and clarifying, and asking questions.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about how people, plants, and animals interact with the world around them. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     

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    Courtney Perry

    courtney.perry@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of division describes how to separate sets into equal groups.
    • Science-Students will examine properties of soils.  They will investigate rapid changes to the Earth’s surface.  Students will identify and compare different landforms. Students will explore the characteristics of natural resources and what makes them useful in our everyday lives.
    • Reading-Students will read poetry, biographies, and fiction texts. They will make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of each genre and develop an understanding about what these genres have in common. 
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about the government of the United States. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     

    3rd Grade Team

     

     

    Madonna Trujillo

    Madonna.Trujillo@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of division describes how to separate sets into equal groups.
    • Science-Students will examine properties of soils.  They will investigate rapid changes to the Earth’s surface.  Students will identify and compare different landforms. Students will explore the characteristics of natural resources and what makes them useful in our everyday lives.
    • Reading-Students will read poetry, biographies, and fiction texts. They will make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of each genre and develop an understanding about what these genres have in common. 
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about the government of the United States. Resources listed in the unit of instruction are available in the English and Spanish teacher editions, student consumable, and the online dashboard from Pearson.

     

     

     

     

    Luis Berzoza

    luis.berzoza@fwisd.org

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     Davis

    Sharon Davis

    sharon.davis@fwisd.org

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    3rd & 4th Grade Team 

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    Jennifer McDonald

    Jennifer.Matlock@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of fractions describes the division of whole numbers into equal parts and the relationship of the parts to a whole.
    • Science- Students will review the different types of force on an object. They will plan and implement their own descriptive investigation to test the effects of force on an object, such as a push or a pull, gravity, friction or magnetism.
    • Reading-Students will demonstrate an ability to understand and analyze literary texts.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about the reasons for and effects of the exploration and colonization of Texas. Items listed in the unit of instruction reflect the resources available in the Pearson Teacher Edition and online.
     
     
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    Kristi Jones    

    Kristi.Jones@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of fractions describes the division of whole numbers into equal parts and the relationship of the parts to a whole.
    • Science- Students will review the different types of force on an object. They will plan and implement their own descriptive investigation to test the effects of force on an object, such as a push or a pull, gravity, friction or magnetism.
    • Reading-Students will demonstrate an ability to understand and analyze literary texts.
    • Social Studies-Students will learn about the reasons for and effects of the exploration and colonization of Texas. Items listed in the unit of instruction reflect the resources available in the Pearson Teacher Edition and online.

     

     

     

    Ivan Pinal

    Ivan.Pinal@fwisd.org

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    Xochitl Alvarez

    Xochitl.Alvarez1@fwisd.org

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     5th Grade Team

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    Eva Ribota

    Eva.Ribota@fwisd.org

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    • Math-The study of measurement concepts encompasses the use of measureable attributes of objects to quantify unit amounts in customary and metric measurement systems. Conversions involve quantifying unit amounts in metric and customary length, weight/mass, and capacity.
    • Science-Students will explore relationships between weather and climate; interactions of the Sun, ocean, and water cycle; cycles of Earth’s movement; and characteristics of the Sun, Moon, and Earth.
    • Reading-Students will determine the themes of several poems/plays, and make inferences/ draw conclusions about structure & elements of poetry/ drama. Students will make thematic connections across literary genres and between expository and literary texts with similar ideas and provide textual evidence. 
    • Social Studies-Students will examine the events and individuals of the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras. 

     

    Sheila Kelley (the one and only)

    Sheila Kelley

     

     

    Jessica Bray

    jessica.bray@fwisd.org

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    Kristien Banis

    Kristien.Banis@fwisd.org

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    TAP

     

    Annette Jackson    

    maria.jackson@fwisd.org

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    Robert Reeves (not to be confused with Christopher Reeves)

    Robert Reeves

    robert.reeves@fwisd.org

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     Rae-Andrea Fubuyi (from Trinidad)

    Rae-Andrea Fabuyi

    rae-andrea.fabuyi@fwisd.org

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    Dyslexia
    Houston
    Rhonda Houston
     
     
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    Support Staff
     
    PE
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    Lara Kimsey

    Lara.Kimsey@fwisd.org

    PE Teacher

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    Art
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    Isabel Lopez

    Isabel.Lopez@fwisd.org

    Art Teacher

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    Music
    Louthan

    Marissa Louthan

    Marissa.Louthan@fwisd.org

    Music Teacher

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    8:25-9:15 - Kindergarten

    9:15-10:05 - 1st Grade

    10:05-10:55 - 2nd Grade

    10:55-11:40- TAP

    12:20-1:10 - 3rd Grade

    1:10-2:00 - 4th Grade

    2:05-2:55 - 5th Grade

     

    Upcoming Events:

    Special Event – We have our Music

    Memory UIL competition on Saturday, May 20th!!

     
     
    Professional Support Personnel
    Thomas
    Pamela Thomas
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    Linda Brown
    Special Education
     
     

    Kay Davis

    Data Analyst

    kay.davis@fwisd.org 

     

    "Good shot, Jansen!"

    Allison Jensen

    Speech

    allison.jensen@fwisd.org

     

    Ashley Quintana

    Librarian/Lamination Technician

    ashley.quintana@fwisd.org 

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    Lori Tarbox

    Nurse

    lori.tarbox@fwisd.org

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    Teachers Assistants

    Teresa Martinez (she's a soccer mom)

    Teresa Martinez

    Title 1

    teresa.martinez@fwisd.org

     
     

    Alexandra Cruz

    Special Education

    alexandra.cruz@fwisd.org

     
     

    Irma Fabila

    Pre-k

    irma.fabila@fwisd.org 

     

    Rebecca Reyes (she makes sure the kids have bubbles in their mouths)

    Rebecca Reyes

    Pre-k

    rebecca.reyes@fwisd.org 

     

    Cathy Orozco

    Pre-k

    cathy.orozco@fwisd.org@fwisd.org 

     

     

    Lorena Perez

    TAP

    lorena.vasquez@fwisd.org@fwisd.org 

     

    Betty Herrera

    TAP

    betty.herrera@fwisd.org

     

    Jillene Turner

    Title 1

    jillene.turner@fwisd.org 

     

    Jesus Garcia

    PE

    jesus.garcia@fwisd.org 

     

     

    Support Personnel

    Cafeteria Monitor

    Yolanda Felan

    yolanda.felan@fwisd.org 

     

    Cafeteria

    Victoria Estrada

    victoria.estrada@fwisd.org

     

    Aurelia Villalpando

    Aurelia.Villalpando@fwisd.org

     

    Maria Ramirez Herrera

     

     

    Anna Carrera

    ana.carrera@fwisd.org

     

    Custodians


    Armando Rubio

    armando.rubio@fwisd.org

     

     

    Leo Terrell

    leo.terrell@fwisd.org

     

    Maria Pacheco

    Maria.Pacheco1@fwisd.org