Scott Sralla, Principal
Scott Sralla started serving students in public education in the Nineties as a coach and science teacher. Prior to teaching, he received a Bachelor of Science in Education from Brigham Young University in 1995. Sralla was born in Victoria Texas, grew up in Alice Texas, and graduated from Kerrville Tivy High School in Kerrville, TX. He met his wife Anna in high school, where she was a foreign exchange student from Sweden. Sralla and his wife both received athletic scholarships to BYU. Sralla played football and his wife played golf. They were married in 1992 and have three children: Karl, Gus, and Emma.
Sralla received a Master of Education degree in School Administration from Dallas Baptist University.
Regarding education, Sralla said, "I am blessed to be able to work in a great profession with the opportunity to help students achieve their maximum potential. It is my greatest hope to see all students find success and experience life’s greatest rewards."
Phyllis Green, Assistant Principal
Phyllis Green has 17 years experience in the educational field. She started her career in Homer, Louisiana as a 6th Grade Reading and Science teacher at Homer Junior High School in 2000. In 2001, she accepted a position with Webster Parish School Board in Minden, Louisiana as a 5th grade Social Studies teacher. She taught at Stewart Elementary and remained there until 2004. After moving to Texas in 2004, she taught for 3 years in Arlington Independent School as a 6th Grade teacher at Beckham Elementary. In 2007, she moved to Grand Prairie, where she taught 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Pre-AP Math for eight years at Jackson Middle School. She left Grand Prairie in 2015 to serve as Academic Specialist at Austin Middle School (Irving ISD) for two years before becoming the Assistant Principal at the Student Reassignment Center (SRC) this school year. She earned both her Bachelor’s degree (Business Management) and Master’s degree (Elementary Education) from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. She completed her Principal Certification studies at the University of Texas at Arlington.
As far as her Philosophy of Education, Green said, “I firmly believe that every student, when provided with a positive learning atmosphere, can learn at any age. I believe school should be an exciting and enjoyable place, while at the same time providing a platform for exploration and enhancement of student learning. When students enjoy coming to school they learn. I believe that every child is unique in their own way and needs a safe secure caring nurturing environment in order to grow emotionally, socially, and intellectually. My desire as an educator is to help students obtain their fullest potential. Helping students develop a deep love for learning, and develop respect for themselves and others is very crucial. I believe that it is very important that the voice of every student is heard so that they are comfortable expressing themselves. As for me, the educational field provides an opportunity for my continual learning and growth. As I share my love and passion for learning, I hope it encourages the same in every student and teacher I come in contact with. I will always strive to be the best educator that I can possibly be.”