Jordan Middle school students and staff


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School Mascot: Jaguars

School Colors: Forest Green, White

Principal Anabel Romero in front of black background
Anabel Romero - Principal
A little background about me:
-Bachelor of Arts-Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in English
-Master of Arts-Education
-Taught English, Reading, and Social Studies at Hobby MS (First Year Teacher of the Year)
-Taught English and served as English Dept. Coordinator at Rawlinson MS
-Served as Administrator Intern and Vice Principal at Neff MS
-Began Principalship in 2016

I believe in doing what is best for kids. I believe in doing what is right. I believe
that all students have the potential to persevere, succeed, and excel with the right amount of support.
I appreciate your support and your partnership in your child’s education. Go Jags!

Our Campus Vision: We will create a culture of care. We will develop 21st century learners while cultivating leaders in a climate that is positive and inviting to all.

Our Campus Mission: The mission of Jack C. Jordan Middle School is to provide a culture that will inspire, challenge, and nurture lifelong learners. We will collaborate with our community to
advocate for each member of our diverse student body.
Associate Principal Shannon Zavala
Shannon Zavala - Associate Principal

The Associate Principal also serves as the Campus Behavior Coordinator. They can be reached by email at or by phone at 210-397-6165.

Welcome to Jack C. Jordan Middle School. My name is Shannon Zavala, and I am the Associate Principal at Jordan.

I am a proud Texas A&M Aggie with a degree in Biomedical Science, but my love of students and teaching led me to get a Masters in Education Leadership so that I can lead teachers who love to teach kids as much as I do.  My entire educational career has been at the middle school level, and I have taught 6th, 7th, and 8th grade science, math, and ELA.  I coached for five years, and I was a Gifted and Talented Specialist.  I believe that all kids have the ability to learn and grow each and every day.  I strive to create a positive experience of high quality learning for our Jaguars by building partnerships with our families and community so that they have a strong start to their teen and young adult lives.

Academic Dean Jessica Marcha in front of gray background
Jessica Marcha
Academic Dean

Welcome to Jack C. Jordan Middle School. My name is Jessica Marcha, and I am happy to serve you and your student as the Academic Dean at Jordan Middle School.

My background:

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Mathematics
Master of Arts in Education in Curriculum and Instruction.

Taught mathematics at Somerset Junior High in Somerset, Texas.
Taught mathematics at Northside Alternative Middle School-North.
Taught mathematics and served as the Math Department Coordinator at Hobby MS.

Students are my first priority. I believe that with the right support in place for both our students and teachers everyone will see success. I value your partnership in your student’s education.

assistant principal darcia borel
Darcia Borel
Assistant Principal

Greetings! My name is Darcia Borel. 

My education includes an undergraduate degree in Child Life from
the University of Alabama, a Master of Education degree in Elementary Education, and a Specialist
degree in Educational Leadership, both from Nova Southeastern University.
I began my career in K-12 education as a kindergarten teacher. From there, I had the good
fortune to serve as a teacher leader, district leader and administration at both the elementary and
middle school levels.
My leadership philosophy is based on a shared vision for achievement, allowing all stakeholders to
contribute their time, strengths, and talents toward the success of the school, while assisting in
establishing a family-based culture.
I wholeheartedly believe that all students deserve a safe and nurturing environment that will allow them
to grow personally and academically.

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