Administration

  • Rene Moses
    Dr. Rene Moses, Principal

    Welcome to Johnson Elementary School where it is a Great Day to be a DRAGON! 

    My name is Rene’ Moses and I am in my twenty-eighth year of education.  I’ve spent the past three years as principal of Johnson Elementary, the four years prior as the assistant principal, and worked as a Curriculum Coordinator in the Curriculum and Instruction Department of CISD for eleven years before.  I earned my B.S. degree from Texas A & M in Biology, Life/Earth Science in 1990, my M.S. degree in Educational Administration in 1992, and my doctorate degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of North Texas in 2006. 

    I have a wonderful husband, Scott, who I have been married to for twenty-three years and two teenage boys named Christopher and Stephen.  We love spending time at the lake with friends, snow skiing, and attending Texas A & M football games.

    Johnson Elementary School is a great place for children to learn and have fun.  Thank you for sharing your kiddos with me.

    Mrs. Williams

    Nicole Williams, Assistant Principal
    Campus Behavior Coordinator

    I'm Nicole Williams and this is my ninth year in education. Previously, I taught fourth grade in Coppell and sixth grade in Carroll ISD. I'm an OU Sooner fan, as I graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. In 2017, I graduated from the University of North Texas with a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership. 

    I am married to my high school sweetheart, Ryan, and we love to spend time with our families, try new restaurants, and boat on the lake. We have a spoiled rotten golden retriever, Clove, who is our current pride and joy. I also love to be active, both physically and in our community. 

    Education is my passion, and I am honored to serve JES families in this role!

     

    Ashraf Mobh

    Ashraf Mobh, Assistant Principal

    Ashraf Mobh has eighteen years of experience in education.  She began her educational career as a Fourth Grade Teacher in Duncanville ISD.  After ten years with Duncanville ISD, she moved to Highland Park ISD where she again was a Fourth Grade Teacher.  She earned her Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington and her Master's degree in Educational Leadership from Dallas Baptist University. 

    Ms. Mobh's leadership experiences and professional memberships include:

    • Fourth Grade Teacher, Highland Park ISD (8 years)
    • Fourth Grade Teacher, Duncanville ISD (10 years)
    • 2020 Unsung Hero District Award, Highland Park ISD
    • 2014 Teacher of the Year, Highland Park ISD
    • 2014 Park Cities Gifted and Talented Teacher of the Year
    • Fourth Grade Team Leader, Duncanville ISD & Highland Park ISD
    • National Thinking Maps Conference Facilitator
    • Diversity Trainer - Highland Park ISD

     

    Ziba Johnston

    Ziba Johnston, Counselor - JES Counselor Blogspot