Lancaster ISD is pleased to announce Noel Greenwood as the new principal of Lancaster STEM High School.
Greenwood joins Lancaster ISD with 15 years of experience in education. He served as the founding principal of Ruby Young Personalized STEAM Academy before joining Lancaster ISD. He also served as the principal of STEAM Middle School in Burleson ISD and assistant principal of Jackson Technology Center for Math and Science in Garland ISD.
Greenwood is currently a doctoral candidate at Dallas Baptist University. He also received a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Dallas Baptist University. Greenwood received a bachelor’s degree in Community and International Economic Development from Beulah Heights University in Georgia.
“I am excited to serve the community of Lancaster as the new principal of Lancaster High School,” said Greenwood. “I look forward to building relationships with students, staff, and parents while taking LHS to new heights.”
Lancaster ISD Superintendent, Dr. A.K. Perera, looks forward to Greenwood leading the team at Lancaster High School.
“I have been highly impressed with Mr. Greenwood's ability to connect and communicate with educators and students,” said Perera. “His intentional efforts to listen and learn have allowed him to lead schools in various communities with diverse socio-economic backgrounds. We welcome his enthusiasm and experience to the Lancaster ISD family.”
Greenwood and his wife Cynthia have four daughters. The family is excited about joining the Lancaster ISD team.