Sue Crouch Intermediate School announced Arthurlyn Morgan as principal prior to the 2018-19 school year. Morgan was previously principal of Meadowcreek Elementary School where she had served since joining the district in 2013. She was also an assistant principal and teacher in Fort Worth ISD.
Morgan has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Jarvis Christian College and a Master of Education in Educational Administration and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Texas Christian University.
Why did you choose education as a career?
I chose education as a career because I wanted to do more than make a difference. My career as an educator and now administrator is about reaching individuals where they are. I had many teachers who nurtured me as a student, and I am here today because of the influence they had on my life. My desire for students, those whom I have directly and indirectly taught, is to touch their lives in the same meaningful way that so many of my teachers and administrators did for me. For me, it’s about making a positive impact on students’ lives.
Why is education important?
Education, especially those formative years, begins the pathway to success. It provides the foundation and hope for better outcomes for our students.
Tell us about your family.
I was born and raised in Fort Worth. I have one sister, who is a school counselor in FWISD. My parents are my greatest influence and blessing because they instilled in me the value of hard work. I have one goddaughter, but each year I consider myself to be a mother to many of my students. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends as well as attending plays at the Jubilee Theatre.