Marcus Pruitt, Principal
Mr. Pruitt is a proud graduate of Jarvis Christian College where he majored in mathematics.  He later received his Masters in Educational Leadership from Prairie View A&M University.  Before becoming Principal of Aldine Middle School, Mr. Pruitt was previously a math teacher, a coach, and an Assistant Principal at Hambrick Middle School in Aldine ISD. 

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Sue Lancaster, Assistant Principal
LancasterMrs. Lancaster is Assistant Principal of curriculum at Aldine Middle School. She has been here in this position for fifteen years. Prior to that she was at Stovall Middle School. 

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John Picklesimer, Assistant Principal

PicklesimerMr. Picklesimer Graduated from HSU with a degree in Church Music. He graduated UHCL with a Masters in Science of Education and has served as an administrator for 14 years. He has a wife and a daughter both of whom work at the High School level in Aldine ISD. Mr. Picklesimer has two beautiful daughters still living at home.

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Cynthia Harrison, Assistant Principal
HarrisonMs. Harrison graduated from the University of Houston where she majored in Interdisciplinary Studies.  Ms. Harrison received her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from the Sam Houston State University and her Principal’s Certification from Lamar University. Before becoming an assistant principal, Ms. Harrison was an Intermediate Math Instructional Coach for three years.  She has also served as a classroom teacher and skills specialist. Ms. Harrison is a product of Aldine, graduating from Aldine Middle School and Nimitz High School.

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Salvador Peralta, Assistant Principal
PeraltaMr. Salvador Peralta was born and raised in Mexico till the age of 11 when his family decided to migrate to the U.S. He than began his life in Aldine ISD where attended Hambrick Middle school and MacArthur High school. Mr. Peralta completed his Bachelors in Mathematics and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Houston-Downtown. Before becoming an assistant principal, Mr. Peralta was a high school math teacher for nine years and a soccer coach for two years. 

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