Campus Behavior Coordinator
Born and raised in Longview, Texas, Lynn Ojeda joined Plano ISD in 1991 upon her graduation from Stephen F. Austin State University where she achieved her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, English, and Secondary Education. Ms. Ojeda’s career in education encompasses serving 13 years as a Spanish teacher and earning honors including being named Haggard Middle School’s Teacher of the Year as well as being named the Texas Middle School Spanish Teacher of the Year by the Texas Foreign Language Association.
Ms. Ojeda earned her Master’s Degree in Secondary Education with specialization in English and Linguistics in 1999 from the University of North Texas. She later returned to UNT to earn a second Master’s Degree in Educational Administration in 2007. Ms. Ojeda has served as school administrator for 11 years most recently as principal of Williams High School where she opened the Plano ISD Health Sciences Academy in 2013. Collin County LULAC Council named Ms. Ojeda Educator of the Year in 2013.
Ms. Ojeda served on the Visioning Committee for academy programs in Plano ISD and is thrilled to join the Titan Family this year! When not spending time with her learners, Ms. Ojeda loves family cookouts, great music, flea market and thrift store finds, Mexican food and culture, and spending time with her family ~ her husband, Homero, and three children, Maya, Joey, and Jacob.