LaTreace Adkins, M.Ed.
Serving Students and Families Last Names P-Z
My name is LaTreace Adkins. I am a native of Fort Worth and a graduate of Trimble Tech High School. I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Education from Jarvis Christian College and my Master's Degree in School Counseling from Amberton University.
I have served Fort Worth ISD for 27 years as an elementary teacher, elementary counselor and middle school counselor. It is a privilege to serve the students, staff and families of McLean Middle.
My goal is to prepare ALL students for success in college, career and community leadership.
Morris Adams, M.Ed.
Serving Students and Families Last Names A-G
My name is Morris DeWayne Adams. I was born in Lubbock, Texas but raised and went to school in Carlsbad, New Mexico. I earned a Bachelor's Degree from Wayland Baptist University and a Master's Degree from the University of North Texas. I also earned degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth and Missio Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.
I have worked in FWISD for many years as a teacher and counselor at various schools. I especially count it a great privilege to work with the students of McLean Middle School.
My goal is to work with administrators, teachers and parents to help the students of McLean advance academically, emotionally and socially.
"Talent wins games but teamwork and intelligence win championships."
Katrina Dodd, M.Ed.
Serving Students and Families Last Names H-O
My name is Katrina Dodd, I was born and raised here in the great city of Fort Worth. I am a graduate of Western Hills High School (Go cougars!). I obtained my Bachelor's Degree from Northwood University and my Master's Degree from Grace College & Theological Seminary.
I have served Fort Worth ISD for 14 years as an elementary teacher, elementary reading specialist, language specialist, and school counselor. I am so grateful to be a part of the Cardinal family and look forward to serving the students and staff. My goal is to help each student recognize their full potential and prepare ALL students for success in college, career, and community leadership.