The Keller ISD board of trustees announced at the Aug. 28 regular meeting that Trevor Crawford will be the new principal at Trinity Springs Middle School in Fort Worth.

The details

According to a district news release, Crawford has served as an assistant principal at Heritage Elementary School in Fort Worth for the past year. He joined KISD from Arlington ISD, where he served as an assistant principal for three years prior. He also taught for 10 years in Birdville ISD before transitioning to an administrative role.

Quote of note

“I am so excited to welcome Trevor Crawford to his new role as principal,” KISD Area Superintendent Lindsay Moncrief said. “As a collaborative leader, Trevor prioritizes teamwork and mutual growth that fosters an environment where everyone’s input is valued.”

The backstory

According to the news release, Crawford earned a Bachelor of Science from Baylor University and a Master of Educational Leadership from The University of Texas at Arlington.

“I am honored and excited to jump in and serve Trinity Springs Middle School,” Crawford said in the news release. “It is going to be an amazing year, and I can’t wait to work with the entire TSMS community to make our school the best place to teach, learn, and grow. Let’s go, Titans!”