Ted Moore is a proven leader in public education serving students, educators, parents, and community members for over 40 years. His commitment to the continuous improvement of students and adults is exemplified in his diverse roles as a teacher, counselor, technology director, assistant principal, deputy superintendent, and in his current role as Superintendent of the Lovejoy Independent School District.
As Superintendent, Ted led the Lovejoy Independent School District in the creation and development of a new secondary program in the district. In 2018, the district will celebrated its 9th commencement ceremony for high school graduates. During the short life of the secondary program, he has guided the academic success of the Lovejoy Independent School District to receive the distinctions of: HEB Best Small District in Texas (2010); College Board District of Excellence (2013); US News and World Report national high school ranking in the top 1% in over 20,000 high schools every year since 2011. Lovejoy ISD is currently one of only 4 school districts in the State of Texas to receive both an "A" rating and the highest percentage scoring of 97% based on STAAR assessments from the Texas Education Agency.
Ted is a graduate of the University of Texas, with a Bachelor’s degree in biology, a graduate of Texas A&M with a Master’s degree in education, and has completed additional graduate work in educational administration and family systems.