calderonLidia Calderon, Principal

Mrs. Calderon is very excited to have joined the staff at Worsham Elementary in the important task of educating our children. Mrs. Calderon is going into her 17th year in the field of education. She taught Spanish and English as a Second
Language for 10 years in Aldine I.S.D. She has been an administrator for 6 years, and all 6 years have been in Aldine I.S.D. She served as an assistant principal at Nimitz High School, the curriculum and instruction at Aldine Ninth Grade School, and an assistant principal at Aldine Senior High School. Mrs. Calderon received her Bachelor’s degree from University of Houston and received her Master’s degree from Lamar University. She is an Aldine product and is proud to be giving back to the community and be able to share her expertise with the great staff at Worsham Elementary! 


Christina Marquez        Christina Manzo-Marquez

Mrs. Marquez was named assistant principal at Worsham Elementary School in July 2018 after serving as the Language Arts skills specialist at Stovall Academy. Mrs. Marquez received her Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies from California State University Dominguez Hill in 2006. She obtained a Masters Degree in Special Education Leadership and her Principal Certification from the University of St. Thomas in 2017.
Mrs. Marquez began her teaching career at Spence Elementary in Aldine ISD in 2008. Throughout her career, she served as a paraprofessional, teacher, RtI Coordinator, and Language Arts skills specialist. 

Dr. Wilson

           Dr. Melody Wilson, Assistant Principal

Miss Melody Ann Wilson is completing her 26th year in the field of education.  In the fall of 1992, Miss Wilson graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education, with a Vocal Music Specialization, from Baylor University. In the spring of 1993, she taught Montessori 4th Grade in Waco, Texas.  The following year, Miss Wilson taught Chapter I Reading.  She moved to Houston in 1995 and taught grades 1 through 3 in the North Forest Independent School District.  In 1998, Miss Wilson completed her Master’s Degree in Education Administration at Prairie View A&M University.  Miss Wilson began her Aldine journey in 1998, as a 1st-3rd grade Montessori Classroom Teacher, a Suzuki Violin Book 1 Teacher, and as a Magnet Coordinator.  In 2001, she received her Principal Certification from Prairie View A&M University.  In 2008, Miss Wilson completed her Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Educational Leadership at Prairie View A&M University.  In 2018, Dr. Wilson received the 35th Edition of Who’s Who in the World Award for her contribution to the field of Education.  Dr. Wilson is currently completing her 16th year, serving as an Assistant Principal in Aldine.  She served at Keeble EC/PK/K School for 15 ½ years and now serves at Worsham Elementary School.  She believes in edifying and educating God’s people!


Jennifer Brown, Counselor

My name is Ms. Brown. I am the counselor at Worsham Elementary. I have been at Worsham Elementary for thirteen years! Following my student teaching with Aldine, I graduated from Iowa State University in 1998 with a BS in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education/Unified with a specialization in Spanish. I was hired at Worsham and taught Special Education/Resource for four years and Kindergarten one and a half years before attaining my Masters of Arts in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University. I stepped in to the counseling position in March 2004. As the counselor I interact with all the students, teachers, staff, and community. I facilitate many activities on campus, such as C.H.I.C.K.E.N. Club events, SNAPP, and GT/ACC Programs, to name a few. Our morning announcements focus on social skills and I hope to make a positive influence through appropriate modeling of the social behavior as well as through classroom guidance lessons. I look forward to getting to know everyone as we navigate our way through this school year!


Lidia Calderon, Principal