Rosalyn Sweat received her Bachelor of Science degree in education from Prairie View A&M University in 1999 and her master’s degree in Educational Administration from Texas Southern University in 2003. She began her teaching career in Aldine ISD at Aldine Middle School where she was assigned to teach 8th grade reading. After teaching 8th grade for two years, she taught 7th grade English and Language Arts for three years.
After teaching for five years, she was promoted to Assistant Principal at Aldine Middle School. In 2008, she was promoted and named Assistant Principal at Ald
ine Ninth Grade School. Her quest for strengthening her leadership skills blossomed when she was accepted to Houston A+ Challenge’s Regional Principal Leadership Academy (RPLA). In 2009, as a member of Cohort II, she served a year-long residency as a Principal Intern at Carver Magnet High School and Parker Intermediate School in Aldine ISD. In 2010, she was named Assistant Principal at Eisenhower Senior High School. One year later, in 2011, she was selected to lead as Principal at Carver Magnet High School in Aldine ISD. She served for three and a half years at Carver. She completed coursework at Lamar University in 2014 to be certified as a Superintendent and moved into her current position as principal at Hoffman Middle School in February of 2015.
Comeneci Noble Taylor
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.
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
Kelvin Jefferson was named an assistant principal at Hoffman Middle School after serving as an assistant principal at Abraham Lincoln Middle School in Port Arthur ISD. Mr. Jefferson received his bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 2000 from Prairie View A&M University. He earned his master’s degree in educational administration from that same university in 2004. He began his teaching career in 2000 as a teacher with LaMarque ISD. He moved to Galveston ISD in 2003 to serve as a teacher and coach. In 2009, he relocated to Clarksville ISD to become an assistant principal before assuming his current role as an assistant principal at Abraham Lincoln Middle School in Port Arthur ISD. Mr. Jefferson has fifteen years experience in public education.