Mr. Noel Reed Jr.

Phone: 972-708-3500

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Degrees and Certifications:

Doctor of Education in Transformative Leadership Master of Education in Administration Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Education Principal Certification EC-12 Social Studies Certification 8-12 Physical Education Certification EC-12

Mr. Noel Reed Jr.

Mr. Noel Reed Jr. has been teaching and coaching for the last 20 years. This is his second time around as a teacher coach at Reed Middle School (2012-2014) and 2018-present. Mr. Reed graduated from South Grand Prairie High School where he lettered in basketball.  He then played for National Junior College Championship Coach Chester Story of Richland College.  After junior college Mr. Reed earned an athletic scholarship to Concordia University at Austin, where he recieved a Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Education.  Upon graduation he briefely played professional basketball overseas as an ambassador touring the Caribbean islands where he saw that coaching and teaching would be a better investment for his family's future.  Mr. Reed has worked in FWISD and Tyler ISD respectively.  In addition, he has taught and coached ninth grade at Duncanville High School for 7 out of his last 10 years in Duncanville ISD.  Mr. Reed holds a Master's degree in Educational Administration, and has just completed his dissertation for his Doctor of Education degree in Transformative Leadership. Mr. Reed is happily married to his wife LaTresa, and has a daughter named Ayana who graduated from Duncanville High School in 2017.  To support local, state, and federal guidelines with the promotion of Social and Emotional Learning Mr. Reed has partnered up with the male leaders in the Reed Middle School community to form a mentoring program called "Boys to Men."  Boys to Men gives the male students at Reed Middle School a place where they can collaborate and learn the appropriate behaviors that will help them become successful in post-secondary experiences.  

"Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough." -OG Mandino

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