Andrenetta Marshall is a product of Aldine I.S.D. where she attended all of her school years; elementary through high school. She graduated from Eisenhower High School. Ms. Marshall later attended North Harris County College (Lone Star) where she received her associate degree in early childhood education. She received her bachelors in business management from the University of Phoenix. Ms. Marshall went through an alternatve certification program and became a PPCD teacher at Keeble EC Pre-K Center where she taught for six years. While teaching at Keeble she also attended Sam Houston State University and completed a double masters in Educational Leadership and Special Education. She later became assistant principal at Keeble EC PK Center. After two years as assistant principal Ms. Marshall went to Spring ISD as an Instructional Coach and first grade teacher. She returned to Aldine as an assistant principal at Black Elementary School. This year 2016-2017 Ms. Marshall has returned to her home, Keeble EC PK Center, as the principal and is extremely blessed for the opportunity to serve the students, parents, and community. Ms Marshall is currently working on her doctorate in Christian leadership.
Dr. Melody Wilson, Assistant Principal
Melody A. Wilson graduated from Baylor University in 1992, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and certifications in both Elementary Education and Elementary Music. Melody A. Wilson pursued Post Baccalaureate studies in Montessori Education through Baylor University and The Houston Montessori Center in 1994. She taught in the Waco Independent School District for 3 years in a Montessori/Fine Arts Elementary School setting, and then moved to Houston, Texas. While in Houston, Melody A. Wilson worked in the North Forest Independent School District for 3 years and moved to the Aldine Independent School District in 1998, where she currently serves. In 1998, Melody A. Wilson received a Master Degree of Education in Administration from Prairie View A&M University, with Principal Certification.
Melody A. Wilson served as a Montessori 1st-3rd grade Teacher, a Suzuki Violin Teacher (Book I studies from Moores School of Music, University of Houston); a piano teacher and as Magnet Coordinator at Anderson Academy. After serving at Anderson Academy, Melody A. Wilson moved to the Keeble Early Childhood/Pre-Kindergarten Center as Assistant Principal. In 2008, Melody A. Wilson received her Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Educational Leadership from Prairie View A&M University.
Dr. Wilson considers it a privilege and an honor to serve Early Childhood students, parents, paraprofessional s, teachers, and fellow administrative colleagues. "I don't take anyone or anything for granted. Each day is another chance to explore, to embrace and to empower everyone that I encounter!" What a joy it is to serve!"
Aylin Martinez, Assistant Principal
Aylin R. Martinez developed a passion for teaching as a teenager. Her primary goal is to make sure she is doing what is in the best of interest for our student’s achievement. Mrs. Martinez graduated from University of Houston-Clear Lake in December 2006. She started her career at Calvert Elementary as a Kindergarten teacher. Shortly after, she was given the opportunity to teach PK at A.W. Jones EC/PK/K. She taught for four years and then became the Bilingual Skills Specialist. During her time at Jones EC/PK/K, Mrs. Martinez obtained her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration. Currently, Mrs. Martinez is serving as Assistant Principal at Keeble EC/PK. Her goal is to work together with teachers, staff members, students, parents, and the community to positively impact student achievement.
Sarah Sutter, Assistant Principal
Sarah Sutter graduated from Texas A&M University in 2003 with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. She started her career at Dunn Elementary as a Kindergarten teacher. Five years later, she accepted the position as Technology Specialist at A.W. Jones EC/PK/K. She worked there for five years, four as the Technology Specialist and one as the Response to Intervention Teacher and Skills Specialist. Mrs. Sutter obtained her Master’s Degree in Instructional Leadership in 2009 from Sam Houston State University. After three years in Houston ISD as a Teacher Development Specialist, she returned to Aldine where she is currently serving as Assistant Principal at Keeble EC/PK. Mrs. Sutter enjoys educating students in the lower grade levels because she loves igniting the passion for them to become lifelong learners as well as seeing the tremendous amount of growth throughout the school year. In her free time, she enjoys working out and spending time at the lake with her husband and black lab puppy.