About this session
Do all students deSERVE to attend a school where they are SEEn and leadershipSTANDS up for them? Three school leaders hold an in-depth conversation over creating an environment of care for all students on their campuses. The panelists will discuss how they lead with CULTURal responsiBILITY. Participate with us in this exCHANGE of views on leading and serving all students.
Quinton Jones (moderator), math teacher in the Alvin ISD
Marie Moreno, principal at Jane Long Futures Academy in Houston ISD
Natasha Cruz-Jefferson, assistant principal at Round Rock High School in Round Rock ISD
Everett Hare, principal at Evan G. Worthing High School in Houston ISD
Wednesday, April 27, 2022
6:00 PM CT
Quinton Jones &
Panel of Education Administrators
Presented By Quinton Jones & A Panel of Education Administrators
Quinton Jones, a veteran teacher of 12 years, is currently a math teacher in the Alvin Independent School District. He is exceptionally versed in his knowledge of different pedagogies and uses inquiry as a pedagogy to teach math. Mr. Jones is married with two children and currently awaiting a move into a newly built home.
Marie Moreno is an educator who advocates and supports newly arrived immigrant and refugee families from 32 countries speaking 29 languages. She currently serves as the principal of Las Americas Newcomer School (Grades 4-8) for the past 16 years in the Houston Independent School District. This school is designed specifically to acculturate and support children who have gaps in their education and have experienced trauma. Her 26 years of experience in education have fueled her to be passionate about the most at-risk students in Houston. Marie received her Baccalaureate of Science from the University of Houston, her Master’s in Education from Texas Southern University, and is currently working on her Doctorate in Education in Ethical Leadership from the University of St. Thomas-Houston.