Mrs. Davis’ 19 years of experience includes serving as Teacher in Spring ISD, School Choice Program Manager in Spring Branch ISD, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Innovation and Dean of Instruction at YES Prep Public Schools, and principal of Baptist Temple School. She also has experience in Klein ISD as Title I Parent Involvement Coordinator. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Texas State University and her master’s degree from Sam Houston State University. As a graduate of the class of 1996 from Eisenhower Senior High School, Mrs. Davis is passionate about creating conditions for all Eagles to receive a quality education that prepares them for success in college, career, and in life.
Ms. Jackson began her teaching career in 2006 as a student teacher in Aldine Independent School District. She served as a Mathematics teacher, Department Chair, and Skills Specialist at Plummer Middle School. Ms Jackson became an Assistant Principal at Caraway Intermediate School in 2013 and moved to Aldine Ninth Grade Center in 2014 as the Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction. In August 2019, she was named the Curriculum & Instruction Assistant Principal for Eisenhower Senior High School. Ms. Jackson has 14 years of education experience all within Aldine. Ms. Terral Jackson holds a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership from Prairie View A&M University. She firmly believes that the measure that you use, will be the measure added unto you. She truly enjoys teaching and building capacity within others. She enjoys spending time with her family and worshiping God.
Dr. Bishop joined Eisenhower Senior High School in November 2016. A former Reading teacher at Aldine Middle School, Dr. Bishop has served in various school districts as Assistant Principal. Dr. Bishop grew up in Willis, Texas and attended school in the Willis Independent School District, graduating from Willis High School. He received his undergraduate degree from Huron University in Health/Physical Education with a specialization in Reading. Dr. Bishop earned his Master’s Degree in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment from Walden University in 1998. Dr. Bishop holds a Doctorate of Divinity from St.Thomas Christian University. Dr. Bishop views a collaborative school environment as the key to creating successful teachers and students. He believes partnerships with parents and community partners are essential to enriching the experience at Eisenhower High School.
Mr. Glasco has been in education for 19 years, and an assistant principal at Eisenhower Senior High for 10 years. Mr. Glasco his bachelor degree in Economics at the Ivy League institution, the University of Pennsylvania in 1986, and his master’s degree in administrative education at Prairie View University in 2007. Mr. Glasco currently serves our campus as the coordinator for discipline where we are working to improve the culture and climate of our school and community that we serve.
Harriett Khan (Martinez) is currently a doctoral candidate for St. Thomas University and will graduate in Spring 2020 with her doctorate in Educational Leadership & Supervision. She received her Master’s of Art Degree in Administration & Supervision from the University of Phoenix, Bachelor of Science Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Houston, Central Park and a former high school graduate of MacArthur High School. Ms. Khan (Martinez) has been an Aldine ISD administrator for ten years.
Brian Wilson joined Eisenhower Senior High School in 2015, following seven years of service with Spring Independent School District a Business Education instructor and a Basketball/Track Coach for Dekaney High School. Mr. Wilson grew up in La Porte, TX and attended school within La Porte Independent School District. He received his undergraduate degree in Business Management from The University of Houston-Clear Lake with a specialization in Human Resource Management and earned his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from The University of Texas at Arlington.