The Royse City Independent School District is pleased to announce that Mrs. Angelee Morales has been selected as the new principal for Royse City Middle School starting in 2018-19. Mrs. Morales joins RCISD from Garland ISD where she also served as a campus principal. Her career in education spans 20 years. She served as a teacher at Davis Elementary School from 2002-2009. She later served as the school’s assistant principal from 2009 to 2016 and led Royse City ISD’s Summer School Program for four years.


Mrs. Morales holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Texas A&M University-Commerce and is endorsed in the English as a Second Language program for the state of Texas.  


“We are proud to welcome Mrs. Morales back home to Royse City ISD,” said Superintendent Kevin Worthy. “Her experiences in our district and in her current district as principal have prepared her to lead Royse City Middle School into the future. She loves this community and has a passion for supporting all students.”


Mrs. Morales will move to her role as RCMS principal immediately. She replaces longtime principal Jere Craighead who is transitioning to lead the district’s Alternative Learning Center in 2018-19.


About rejoining Royse City ISD Morales said, “It’s an honor to return to Royse City ISD as middle school principal. This district has served all four of my children and I’m proud to be a part of this amazing community. My mission in education is to help every child find their strengths and their passion for learning to be successful in life. For each child to reach their goals academically and socially, I will strive to support the instruction and higher levels of student engagement.”