Sheryl Moore


Sheryl Moore’s mission is to strategically bring businesses and schools together for mutually beneficial outcomes. 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. In addition to the benefits received from the Chapter 313 application, Sheryl collaborated with the new manufacturing company to provide a steady stream of skilled and trained employees. In collaboration with the business, Sheryl created learning opportunities within the school district to provide students with an opportunity for employment in skilled professions after graduation.

This joint venture ensured quality workers for the business and attractive employment opportunities for recent graduates. Further, this relationship with the manufacturing company boosted the community by providing an opportunity for graduates to stay in Sealy and earn a living with a quality, specialized profession. As an exciting opportunity to further the company’s relationship with the local community, Sheryl was selected to accompany a delegation from the Greater Houston Partnership to attend the Chinese International Import Expo in 2019. Sheryl’s mission is to help other communities benefit from economic development within the school district.


  • University of Houston, M. Ed. 1992
  • University of Northern Iowa, B.A., Earth Science, 1985


  • Texas Economic Development Council
  • Texas Association of School Administrators