Dr. Moore


    Dr. Moore and student




    Dr. Ann Roy Moore is a teacher. For more than four decades, Dr. Moore has educated the children of Alabama. From her first post as a pre-school teacher to her administrative work as a principal, central office curriculum specialist, superintendent, and her mentoring the next generation of teachers as an adjunct professor at colleges and universities, teaching is her passion.

    “Even while serving as superintendent for a decade in Huntsville City Schools, I was still a teacher at heart,” Dr. Moore said. “I am always looking for teachable moments to share with administrators and staff. Perhaps more importantly, I am constantly searching for the opportunity to learn and grow myself. Good teachers are also lifelong learners. Ensuring our teachers and administrators have the opportunity to continue to grow and learn while they work to educate our students is critical.”

    Before becoming the superintendent for Huntsville City Schools, she served in several roles there including deputy superintendent, elementary education manager, principal, and teacher. Dr. Moore also worked as a teacher, and later an assistant superintendent, for Florence City Schools. Her professorships include work at Alabama A&M University, Athens State College, Shoals Community College, and the University of North Alabama.

    “I am so pleased to have been named the Superintendent of Montgomery Public Schools,” said Dr. Moore. “We have many challenges, but there is great potential here. We have a supportive board, caring teachers, strong administrators, and most of all, people with a passion to make our schools the best they can be. We are going to work hard to help our students reach their potential.”

    Dr. Moore earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Hampton University, a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education and an Education Specialist Degree from the University of North Alabama. Her Educational Doctorate in Curriculum Leadership Personnel and Early Childhood Education is from the George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. She also earned A and AA Certification and K-12 Superintendency Certification from Alabama A&M University.   

    She has earned numerous awards for her work in education and in the community including being named the Alabama Superintendent of the Year in 2008. Dr. Moore is also an accomplished musician – serving as her church’s organist.

    Dr. Moore was named Montgomery Public Schools superintendent in May of 2018.