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Northeast Times | September 27, 2022

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Todd Rogers named principal of Steele Accelerated High School

Todd Rogers named principal of Steele Accelerated High School

Todd Rogers will begin serving as the new principal of Steele Accelerated High School following the conclusion of the 2018-19 school year, bringing a seasoned administrator to the unique learning environment.

School board trustees approved Mr. Rogers hiring for the 2019-20 school year, with Mr. Rogers formally beginning in his new position in July. Mr. Rogers will then lead a campus for the third time at Northwest ISD, following successful stops at both the elementary and middle school levels.

Mr. Rogers has served as an associate principal for Northwest ISD high schools since 2015, first at Byron Nelson and currently at Northwest. Previously, he served as principal at Chisholm Trail Middle School for four years and Peterson Elementary School for three years. He has also served as a principal in Decatur ISD and an assistant principal in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD.

“Leading a campus like Steele – where students have the ability to pursue their academic and professional passions on an accelerated path – is a great pleasure,” Mr. Rogers said. “Steele is a school filled with passion for its mission, and I can’t wait to begin my time there and see all the great paths students have set themselves on in life.”

Throughout his career, Mr. Rogers has received a wealth of accolades for his professional expertise. He has received the Texas PTA’s Secondary Principal of the Year award as well as the Texas School Counselor Association’s Counselor Advocate of the Year award. Additionally, Mr. Rogers has served on several Northwest ISD committees, helping steer many educational and administrative endeavors.

Mr. Rogers received his master’s degree in education leadership and administration from the University of North Texas and bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Salisbury State University. In addition, he completed his superintendent certification program through Region 11.