Denise Anderson, Principal
Denise Anderson has served the students of Irving ISD, since 2010. She has lead in many roles including a teacher at Bowie Middle School, dean of students and assistant principal at Lamar Middle School prior to becoming the principal at Travis Middle School.
Anderson began her career in education in 2000 after completing her degree in elementary education from Southern University at New Orleans. She began as an elementary teacher in Orleans Parish School District in New Orleans. In 2005, she relocated to Cypress Fairbanks ISD in the Houston area. While in Cypress Fairbanks ISD she completed a master’s degree in educational administration at Prairie View A&M University.
When asked about her position at Travis Middle School she responded, “I am excited and honored to join Travis Middle School.” “I look forward to working collaboratively with students, staff, parents and the community.”
Dr. Demekia Biscoe, Assistant Principal
In 2002, I began my experience as an educator in Dallas ISD. I received a doctorate in Educational Leader in 2017 from Dallas Baptist University. I began working at Travis Middle School as a in 2007 as a 7th grade science teacher and coach. After teaching in another school district, I returned to serve the students of Irving ISD in 2016.
To be a Bobcat again as an assistant principal has only furthered my professional growth and passion for what I get do. I love being an educator because it gives me an opportunity to impact on future generations and carry on the legacy of some of my heroes. When I have free time I enjoy spending time with my family, going to concerts, and watching any type of sporting event.
Christopher Henderson, Assistant Principal
Mr. Henderson received his bachelor’s degree from Xavier University of New Orleans. He taught in New Orleans Public Schools for 4 years until Hurricane Katrina. After relocating to the Irving area with his family, he worked in hotel management in the DFW area for several years. Fortunately, the love of teaching and impacting the lives of children called him back to the education profession. In 2008 he began his career as an Educator with the Irving ISD family as a Special Education teacher at the Wheeler Transitional Center.
He received his Masters and Principal Certification from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2016, then joined the Lamar Middle School team as the Dean of Students. In the 2017-18 school year, he served as the Lamar Administrative liaison/6th Grade Assistant Principal. This school year 2018-19, he joined the Bobcat family at Travis as the 8th grade Assistant Principal.