Superintendent Robert Romines is a product of Moore Public Schools and the Moore Community. He was born and raised in Moore and comes from a long line of educators. Both his grandmother and grandfather Fugate were Moore educators. His father, Rusty Romines, was a teacher and coach within the district for many years, prior to working with our Transportation Department. Additionally, his brother, Randy Romines, is a teacher and coach at Moore High School.
Dr. Romines began his career as a 5th grade teacher at Kingsgate Elementary in 1994, and then at Red Oak Elementary in 1995. In 1998, Dr. Romines became an Assistant Principal at Southgate/Rippetoe Elementary and in 1999 became the Assistant Principal at Winding Creek Elementary. In 2000, he became the Head Principal at Houchin Elementary and served there until 2005, when Bonds Elementary was built when he became the Head Principal for the Broncos.
In 2008, Dr. Romines became the Director of Elementary Education and in 2010, was selected as the Assistant Superintendent, responsible for Personnel and Elementary Education. In 2013, Dr. Robert Romines became the Superintendent of Moore Public Schools and serves in the position today.
Dr. Romines received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Central Oklahoma and his Master’s Degree in Administration. He received his superintendent’s certification from the University of Oklahoma and attained his Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership from Capella University.
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