Sheryl Moore’s mission is to assist clients in any way possible that leads to better outcomes for the district. Sheryl has been a successful educator in Texas for 35 years. She has been an administrator in Spring Branch ISD, Conroe ISD, and Montgomery ISD.
Most recently, Sheryl served as the Superintendent of the Sealy ISD from 2014 until her retirement in 2020. During her tenure, Sheryl implemented new programs for the gifted and talented, an engineering pathway, optional dual language immersion classes, and increased opportunities for career and technology. She successfully passed a bond that resulted in the construction of a new elementary school and numerous maintenance and improvement projects.
Sheryl’s interest in economic development began with a partnership with the City of Sealy to bring a major manufacturing company to the area. Sheryl guided the District through the application process and ultimate approval of a Chapter 313 Agreement that has provided multiple benefits to the school district.
Sheryl uses her knowledge and experience to forge lasting relationships with individuals and districts throughout the state of Texas. She conducts school board trainings, superintendent searches, and serves as an experienced resource for all of our clients. Her goal is to make sure that the Leon | Alcala Law Firm provides the most timely and practical counsel possible for the districts we serve.