Clear Creek ISD Names New Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education
The Clear Creek ISD Board of Trustees unanimously appointed Franklin Moses as the new assistant superintendent of secondary education at the recent workshop meeting on December 8, 2021. He will take over for Dr. Karen Engle who will retire this month after more than 20 years in CCISD.
Moses joins the CCISD team with more than 22 years of education and school leadership experience. His most recent position was principal of Dobie High School in Pasadena ISD for the last 10 years. Prior to this, he also served as the assistant principal for Dobie and a secondary math teacher in Pasadena and Louisiana.
“Being the principal for 10 years of a large, comprehensive, two-campus high school has afforded me opportunities in finding ways and adjusting to help our students reach high achievements, our teachers grow professionally and personally, and assist various administrators in setting and attaining goals,” said Moses. “All of these go back to being student-centered, which is the heartbeat of CCISD.”
He stated that he is most excited to get out to meet the staff and students in the district’s 45 campuses and become part of the traditions.
“My goal is to help to ensure that every CCISD student at the secondary level feels safe on our campuses, is provided a quality education that prepares them for post-secondary success and has the opportunity to walk away with an ultimate intermediate/high school experience,” Moses added.
Dr. Engle has spent the majority of her educational and professional career in CCISD as both a student and district leader. She was instrumental throughout many large changes in the district, including being part of the team that opened CCISD’s Education Village in 2010 and principal during the rebuild of her alma mater, Clear Lake High School. Take a closer look at her legacy journey here.