Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Spring Branch ISD Names New Northbrook Middle School Principal

Sarah Guerrero has been named as the new principal at Northbrook Middle School. Sarah has eight years in education serving in Houston ISD as a middle school teacher, assistant principal and principal. 

In 2007, Principal Guerrero earned twin bachelor of science degrees in physics and Spanish from Azusa Pacific College in Azusa, Calif. In 2009, she completed a master of education degree from the University of St. Thomas. She also participated in the Rice Education Entrepreneurship Program (REEP), and three years ago, earned an MBA, or master of business administration, from Rice University.

She taught math for four years at Patrick Henry Middle School in Houston ISD, and then served for two years as assistant principal there. In 2013, she became principal at Patrick Henry Middle School before joining SBISD as a new principal.

“I’m excited to be appointed principal of Northbrook Middle School as a part of the SKY Partnership,” Principal Guerrero said. “We are a committe team of educators and I look forward to maximizing every minute to unleash our students’ potential.”

As the new principal, Principal Guerrero is committed to working together with the Northbrook Middle team to assure that every child is well equipped with the academic, social and life skills to meet Spring Branch’s T-2-4 goal for its graduates.

The T-2-4 goal calls for graduates to successfully complete some form of higher or technical education, such as military training, technical certification, or a two-year or four-year college degree.
Principal Guerrero holds state certifications in Principal (Early Childhood through 12th Grade) and in Classroom Teacher, Mathematics (Grades 4-8).

Outside of school, Principal Guerrero enjoys eating great food and being active. She loves spending time with family and friends, especially her husband, Steve, and stepson, Diego.
She replaces Valerie Johnson, who has joined Stratford High School as an assistant principal.


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