Principal Doug Planey
My name is Doug Planey. I am a product of Richardson ISD, having graduated from Berkner High school in 1986. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, I started my career as a teacher and coach at Liberty Junior High in 1991. After 12 years in the classroom, I spent the next several years as an assistant
principal in the Lake Highlands Learning Community. In 2013, I was offered the opportunity to lead Liberty Junior High as principal. After our students and staff achieved great success at Liberty Junior High, I joined the Teaching and Learning Department as Math Director. I have spent my entire career, 30 years, in this wonderful school district and look forward to many more years serving students.
When I am not working, I love to spend time with my family and garden. I am the proud father of two wonderful daughters, Malane and Makenna. Malane will be starting seventh grade next year and Makenna will begin fifth
grade. My beautiful wife Misty spent 25 years in education and most recently was a counselor at North.
My goal is to be a servant leader and I look forward to continuing to build strong relationships with students, staff, families and the entire Pearce Learning Community. Together, we will work to make sure that each student at North has the opportunity to connect, learn, grow and succeed!
Assistant Principal Eloisa Muzquiz
My name is Eloisa Muzquiz. I graduated from East Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Music Education. I’ve taught band in Richardson, Garland, Allen and was the Fine Arts Coordinator/Director for San Antonio ISD. I recieved my Masters of Educational Administration from Texas A&M University.
When I’m not working, I own ESMuzquiz Property Management, Muzquiz Ranch located in Moore, TX and Muzquiz-Smith Ranch located in Saltillo, TX.
Assistant Principal Ken Dickerson
Ken Dickerson is a visionary leader, an agent of change, whose
divine purpose is to enrich and empower the lives of others through integrity,
inspiration, inclusiveness, and innovation.
Mr. Dickerson has served in education for 18 years as teacher, coach, and campus administrator.
Mr. Dickerson grew up in the Houston area, Brazoria County, graduating from Angleton High School. He received his graduate and undergraduate degrees from Stephen F. Austin State University with a specialization in Educational Leadership.
Mr. Dickerson views a collaborative school environment focusing on safety, security and academic excellence as the key to creating successful students. He believes
partnerships with parents and community stakeholders are essential to enriching
the learning experience at Richardson North Junior High.
During his free time, Mr. Dickerson enjoys being outdoors and spending time with his wife, Terron who is an Instructional Specialist with Plano ISD.