UPDATED_Ask A Teacher

Get answers to your Questions!

Educators sometimes assume that families know the relevant information, but sometimes families need assistance learning about the educational system and knowing which questions to ask.

The TPHFW Educational Taskforce launches “Ask-A-Teacher!” where our families, parents, community members, etc., can come together and address their main concerns and get real answers from our education experts on the spot.

2Ask A Teacher

Become a Community Resource

By becoming a community resource, you can share your knowledge and experience with students and families, helping them succeed in the school system.


Become a Volunteer

We are always looking for volunteers to help with setup, logistics and registration for our events. Join us today and be part of the Ask-A-Teacher community!

A Messege from Pastor Patrick E. Winfield II



Amanda Hobaish

Amanda is a certified Educator and Life Coach who has 16 years of experience in early childhood education. She is passionate about educating and inspiring students. She now uses her diverse background and insight to partner with families and empower them with the necessary tools for success in the family and classroom. Amanda focuses on strengthening students' educational, emotional, and spiritual needs.

David J. Harris

David J. Harris is a Student Support Specialist at Summit International Preparatory Middle School, where he previously held Assistant Principal roles. He has over 11 years of experience teaching music education in multiple Texas school districts. He is also the founder of "Boys to Men", a young men's mentor group on his current campus, and serves as the Potter's House of Fort Worth band director. David is committed to building bridges for youth and helping them achieve their ultimate purpose in life.

Kim Adams

Kimberly Adams has been a dedicated educator since 1999. She discovered her passion for teaching as a long-term substitute and later became certified in 2008, earning her Masters in Early Childhood Education the following year. After moving to Texas in 2011, Kimberly received her certification and is now working as an educator in Crowley ISD. Her love for teaching continues to drive her commitment to helping students achieve their fullest potential.

Effie Hallman

Ms. Hallman has 10 years of experience in education and 10 years of professional experience in criminal justice. Her leadership style focuses on effective communication and a willingness to change to meet the needs of her campus and community. As a Fort Worth native, she is dedicated to lifelong learning and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Education from Texas Christian University while serving in her community through outreach ministry and youth sports associations.