Scott Dubberke, Principal
My name is Scott Dubberke and I am very excited to be the principal at Gray Elementary. As each year progressed, I have witnessed many amazing things that have made me proud and excited to be one of the leaders on this campus. Our goal at Gray is to provide an environment that is conducive to all students learning. We truly believe we produce the nation's best each and every day.
I have been in education 14 years, I received my Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Iowa State University. In 2006, I received my Master's degree in Administration and Supervision from Sam Houston State University. I was honored to be named Assistant Principal at Gray Elementary in the spring of 2006.
I have been married to my beautiful and talented spouse Lana for 6 years; we have a lovely daughter, Amber, a wonderful son Tracer, and two dogs, Harley and Chloe. I like to spend all my free time with my family.
I am very ecstatic about the journey we are taking at Gray Elementary and welcome everyone to come take a look at the magnificent things we are doing at our school each and every year. Our success is not possible without the support of our families, community members and our exceptional staff.
Ammie Franklin, Assistant Principal
Welcome to Gray where the Eagle soars high. I am Ammie Franklin, one of the four awesome Assistant Principals. I received my bachelor’s of Science in Business/Information Systems from the University of Phoenix. In 2010, I obtained my master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from American Intercontinental University and Principal certification from Lamar University in Beaumont. I began my teaching career in Alief ISD as a 4th grade ESL math teacher. I moved to Aldine ISD in 2008 and begin teaching at Odom Elementary as a 4th grade ELS Math teacher. I later transferred to Francis Elementary School where I taught fourth-grade English Language Arts. In 2012 I moved to Gray Elementary School where I served as the RtI Specialist. I then moved to math skills specialist in 2013. I am going into my 10th year in education, 8 of those were spent here in Aldine.
LeAnnda Ashley, Assistant Principal
I have been an educator in Aldine ISD for 16 years. I earned a Bachelor’s degree from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. I earned a Master of Arts in School Counseling, as well as, a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Prairie View A& University. I enjoy spending time with family, planning events in the community, and listening to music.
My Favorite Quote “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ~Mahatma Gandhi
Judy White, Assistant Principal
The 2015-2016 school year marks my 17th year as an Educator in Aldine ISD. I earned a Masters of Education in Educational Administration as well as a Masters of Science in School Counseling from Prairie View University. I also hold a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice. When I am not at school, I enjoy spending time with my adult children and my grandsons. Among my passions are music, exercising, mentoring, collecting coins, and traveling.