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Mr. Frank Brown

Hello my name is Frank Brown:
I was born and reared in East, Tx.   I'm very proud of my upbringing. I am married to my beautiful, supportive wife Ali, and we have three unique and amazing kids, Courtney 27, Corie 24, Milton 21. We are very proud members of our church.
 I grew up in Crockett, Tx. and  attended Crockett ISD, after graduating from Crockett High School in 1990, I attended Sam Houston State University, where I received my Bachelors of Art in Criminal Justice, while working at the Gulf Coast Trade Center in New Waverly, Tx.  and Huntsville Memorial Hospital in Huntsville, Tx., to pay my way through college. 
I would later return to school online, at Grand Canyon University receiving a Masters in Education and Administration.
 I returned home to Crockett to give back to the community that had poured so much into me. I worked 1 year for the Texas Youth Commission as a Youth Activity Supervisor at the Crockett State School. I later became the first African American Juvenile Probation Officer for Houston County in Crockett. As I continued to expand and progress in my career, I accepted a job in Houston, Tx. as Juvenile Parole Officer for the Texas Youth Commission where I served for 8 years.
 In 2006, I decided to make a career change to become an educator. I accepted my first teaching job at Fort Bend ISD as a Special Education Teacher, Coach; eventually becoming a History Teacher. I had developed such a true passion for teaching and coaching which inspired me to want to become an administrator. 
My first administrator position was an elementary assistant principal at Peete Elementary with Tyler ISD. I would later have to relocate back to Houston for personal reasons where I became an assistant principal in Fort Bend ISD for Lake Olympia and Bowie Middle Schools, where I gave dedicated service for 10 years.
In 2018, I received my first principal job in Coldspring/Oakhurst ISD, where I have been proudly serving for the past 3 years, achieving high academic success, coaching and growing teachers putting scholars' needs first.
I am extremely excited for this opportunity and to be back in the Houston surrounding area of Wharton, where the people are friendly, caring, and kind. The old saying is, " You can take the boy out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the boy". 
As principal of Wharton Junior High School I am here to "Serve", the students first, parents, staff and community. I am truly humble and grateful for this opportunity. If there is anything I can do to help, please don't hesitate to contact me.  I look forward to meeting many of you and shaking hands at the "Principal" night to be scheduled. 

Frank Brown