Admin

Administration

Jeana Adams
Principal
Jeana Morrison-Adams

My name is Jeana Morrison-Adams. I am excited and honored to be the principal at Hoffman Middle School where we believe in "Bell to Bell Learning" every day, all day, and the next day. My goal as the instructional leader of Hoffman Middle School is to provide a safe and engaging learning environment for all students. I want to provide a healthy, risk-free, global instructional environment where our students can excel and are empowered to realize their full potential. I have been an educator for 23 years., I received my Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Texas A&M University. I received my Master's degree in Educational Administration from the same university. I was honored to serve as the principal of Reed Academy for Engineering prior to coming to Hoffman. I have been married to my wonderful husband for 22 years; we have a beautiful daughter, Karrington, and a amazing son, Mance Chandler. I love to spend all my free time with my family. I am very ecstatic about the instructional journey at Hoffman Middle School aka "Hornet Nation" where we are "Teaming up for Growth and Greatness". I welcome everyone to come take a look at the magnificent things we are doing at our school. Our success is not possible without the support of our families, community members and our exceptional staff.



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Comeneci Noble Taylor
Assistant Principal

Comeneci  Noble Taylor received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 2000 and her  Master’s  degree in Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M University in 2006.  She began her teaching career in Aldine ISD at Drew Academy where she was assigned to teach Language Arts to 7th and 8th grade students.  In 2006 she transitioned to Caraway Intermediate School where she led the Rodeo Institute for Teacher Excellence program.  In 2010, she moved to Hoffman Middle School where she was the Academic Assessment and Data Specialist.  In 2013, Mrs. Noble Taylor became the Curriculum Assistant Principal at the same campus.






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Frank Cisneros
Assistant Principal

Frank Cisneros was named assistant principal at Hoffman Middle School after serving as a special education teacher at Odom Elementary School. Cisneros received his bachelor’s degree in game and simulation programming from DeVry University in 2008. In 2011, he received his bachelor’s degree in history from Texas A&M University and earned his master’s degree in public school administration in 2014 from that same university. He meets all district requirements for this position. He began his teaching career in 2011 at Harmony Science Academy as a kindergarten through sixth-grade physical education teacher. In 2013, he moved to his current position as a special education teacher at Odom Elementary School. Cisneros has three years of experience in the field of education and he has spent one year with Aldine ISD


Dr Stewart
Dr. Cedric Stewart
Assistant Principal

is originally from Beaumont, Texas and holds several degrees from both Lamar University as well as Sam Houston State University. Before coming to Aldine ISD, he worked for a number of years in Houston ISD where he served as an adaptive behavioral teacher and as a behavioral interventionist. In Aldine, Dr. Stewart continued his teaching experience in special education, RtI, and was a former assessment and accountability specialist before moving to his current position as an assistant principal at Hoffman Middle School.   In addition to his k-12 experience, Dr. Stewart also teaches and lectures at several universities and continues to publish academic work related to teacher pedagogy and cultural competency.

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Frank Cisneros
 Assistant Principal

Frank Cisneros was named assistant principal at Hoffman Middle School after serving as a special education teacher at Odom Elementary School. Cisneros received his bachelor’s degree in game and simulation programming from DeVry University in 2008. In 2011, he received his bachelor’s degree in history from Texas A&M University and earned his master’s degree in public school administration in 2014 from that same university. He meets all district requirements for this position. He began his teaching career in 2011 at Harmony Science Academy as a kindergarten through sixth-grade physical education teacher. In 2013, he moved to his current position as a special education teacher at Odom Elementary School. Cisneros has three years of experience in the field of education and he has spent one year with Aldine ISD
assist principal
Frank Cisneros
 Assistant Principal

Frank Cisneros was named assistant principal at Hoffman Middle School after serving as a special education teacher at Odom Elementary School. Cisneros received his bachelor’s degree in game and simulation programming from DeVry University in 2008. In 2011, he received his bachelor’s degree in history from Texas A&M University and earned his master’s degree in public school administration in 2014 from that same university. He meets all district requirements for this position. He began his teaching career in 2011 at Harmony Science Academy as a kindergarten through sixth-grade physical education teacher. In 2013, he moved to his current position as a special education teacher at Odom Elementary School. Cisneros has three years of experience in the field of education and he has spent one year with Aldine ISD