Roy Moore was named the new principal at Nottingham Elementary School in 2012. He has 13 years of experience in Texas education including six years as a principal and assistant principal.
A native of Groesbeck, Texas, Roy first earned an associate’s degree from Navarro College in Corsicana and a 1999 bachelor of science degree from Sam Houston State University based in Huntsville. He earned a master’s degree in education and administration through Prairie View A&M University in 2006.
Roy began his career as a resource teacher and coach at Tennyson Middle School in Waco ISD. He was a resource reading and math teacher for five years at Meadows Intermediate School in DeSoto ISD. Roy was named the 2004-2005 Teacher of the Year while employed there.
He was an assistant principal at Shackelford Elementary School in Waxahachie, Texas, for two years. He served as an assistant principal for three years at Mayde Creek Elementary School in Katy ISD before joining Nottingham Elementary as school leader in 2012.
“Nottingham Elementary is a great place to be and I believe in doing whatever it takes to improve our school and student achievement. Our staff is a committed group of educators who work tirelessly to ensure that all Nottingham students are receiving the best education possible. Every Nottingham student is different and has unique qualities, strengths and challenges. We are a dedicated staff that is determined to meet our students where they are, while holding high expectations for all student learning,” Principal Moore says.
Nottingham Elementary leadership, faculty and staff are committed to working together to assure that every student is well equipped with the academic and life skills to meet the district goal known as Spring Branch T-2-4. This goal calls for all our students to successfully complete some form of higher education after graduation – a technical certification, two-year degree or four-year degree.