Campus Secondary 2016 Teacher of the Year - Tracie Mouton

Tracie Mouton
District Alternative Education Program (DAEP)
All Grade Levels - High School Mathematics


Masters of Arts in Counseling, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas, 2001
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with Mathematics minor, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, 1999

Teaching History

District Alternative Education Program (DAEP), 2009-Present
Westside High School, 2006-2008
LaMarque High School, 2004-2006

Total Years in Education - 11 Years

In her own words . . .

“I have always taught at a Title 1 school, giving back to at-risk students. Many people have given up on these students. I have not only been a teacher in the classroom, but a mother, counselor, and at times a shoulder to cry on. I am that teacher who never gives up on students, even when they want to throw in the towel themselves.”

In the words of others . . .

“Tracie is very adept at developing relationships with students who need more support at home and at school. Tracie has an excellent relationship with her students. She balances being positive with a firm hand. Her discipline approach is fair and allows for learning outcomes to occur.”

– Julie Porter, DAEP Assistant Principal

“Mrs. Mouton’s students would rate her as ‘great’ and I would absolutely agree. Her ability to interpret complex math concepts and explain challenging subject matter using real-life examples makes all the difference to her students and leads to their success.”

Kendrick Lookadoo, DAEP Principal


Spring Branch ISD