• Tammy Dwomo
    Assistant Principal

    I have been serving students in the Arlington and Kennedale school districts for 18 years. Born and raised in the small town of Mineral Wells, Texas, I have been so excited to be a part of the Wildcat family in Kennedale.  I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas, and a Master of Education degree in Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Texas in Arlington.

    Previously, I had the privilege of teaching students math at Nichols Junior High and Ousley Junior High in Arlington. With my high level of enthusiasm and love for the subject, students excelled and left my classroom with a better conceptual understanding of math.  After teaching, I transitioned into the position of an Instructional Coach at Morton Elementary. While at Morton, I co-taught and helped teachers reach their goal of improving student-centered instruction. After being an instructional coach for 4 years, I became Morton's testing coordinator. As a testing coordinator, I contributed to the data-driven culture by creating student data walls, implementing a campus data-tracker, and analyzing campus student performance. As a model of out-of-the-box teaching and leadership qualities, my willingness to support my campus has been unmatched.

    I enjoy reading, laughing, and being the best mom to my two awesome sons, Mason and Reed. On the weekends, you can find me at any given soccer field, cheering on my two future soccer athletes!

    I am so honored to continue serving the students, teachers, and families at Kennedale Junior High, and I am committed to inspiring excellence.