Principal- Everette Taylor- EJTaylor@aldineisd.org
Everette Taylor was named principal of Stovall Academy in April 2016 after serving eight years as principal at Ermel Elementary School. Mr. Taylor holds bachelor’s degrees from both the University of Texas at Austin and Lamar University, in Beaumont, Texas. He received his master’s degree in education administration in 1999 from Prairie View A&M University, and is currently working to toward a doctorate from the University of Houston. He has served as teacher and assistant principal in both Port Arthur ISD and Aldine ISD. Taylor has 20 years of experience in the field of education.
Assistant Principal- Nicole Murray- NIMurray@aldineisd.org
Nicole Murray was named Assistant Principal of Stovall Academy in May 2015. She graduated from Texas Southern University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Master’s of Education degree in Reading Education from Prairie View A & M University. Mrs. Murray went on to earn her Principal Certification from Region 4 Education Service Center. Throughout her years as an educator, Mrs. Murray has served in many roles. Mrs. Murray began her career in education with Houston Independent School District as an ESL teacher, and in later years as a Reading Interventionist and Teacher Specialist. During her time in Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District she worked in the capacity of a Language Arts Instructional Specialist at the Elementary level. She joined Aldine Independent School District as the Language Arts Skills Specialist at Bethune Academy. Mrs. Murray looks forward to many more years in Aldine.
Assistant Principal- Rachel Clarke- RMClarke@aldineisd.org
Rachel Clarke was named an Assistant Principal of Stovall Academy in July 2016. She joins Stovall's campus leadership team after working with a number of campuses as the Bilingual/ Dual Language Specialist in neighboring Humble ISD. She also brings five years of previous experience as an Assistant Principal in Houston ISD. Ms. Clarke is kicking off her seventeenth year in the field of education and has been fortunate to serve in a diverse number of capacities. She was an elementary bilingual as well as a secondary ESL teacher prior to becoming a campus instructional coach in Pasadena ISD. Ms. Clarke was also a bilingual instructional specialist in Texas City ISD. She holds a bachelor's degree from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania as well as a master's degree in educational leadership from the University of Houston Clear Lake. Ms. Clarke is excited about joining Aldine ISD, as she is also a parent with a nine year old daughter who attends school within the district.