Meet Principal Moffett

    North Crowley Ninth Grade Campus Principal Daryle Moffett has more than 20 years of education experience between Fort Worth ISD and Crowley ISD. His first campus administrative role was as assistant principal of North Crowley High School, before serving as principal at Sue Crouch Intermediate School, Crowley Middle School and NC Ninth. 
    Moffett received his undergraduate degree from Texas Southern University in 1996 and earned a master's degree from Texas State University in 2004. 
    Why did you choose education as a career?
    At an early age I enjoyed working with young people. I began working with elementary students as a high school student enrolled in a Child Development class at Western Hills High School. Since the first day I walked in the classroom at M.L. Phillips Elementary, I knew I would be a teacher in some capacity.

    Why is education important?
    I believe education is a game changer. The field of education has allowed me the opportunity to shape and mold the lives of young people. I truly enjoy running into students that I've had the privilege to serve and hearing how they have grown as a result of the quality education they received while in my care.

    What do you enjoy about being the principal of North Crowley Ninth Grade Campus?
    I enjoy being able to interact with students, teachers and parents daily. 

    What is your hope for your campus?
    My hope is that we teach and students learn the academic and life lessons needed to walk across the graduation platform prepared for the future.

    Tell us more about you.
    I enjoy hanging out with family and watching Dallas Cowboy football. Go Cowboys!