Kecia TheodoreKecia Theodore | Principal
TheodoreK@friscoisd.org
469-633-4306 



  




Mrs. Theodore is entering her twentieth year in education and her second year as principal of Cobb Middle School. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science Education from Grambling State University where she was the highest-ranking graduate in her class.  Mrs. Theodore was awarded a Masters of Education in Education Administration from Texas Woman’s University.  She began her teaching career in Ruston, Louisiana before relocating to Texas.  Mrs. Theodore taught and coached in Richardson ISD, in addition to serving as an Instructional Specialist.  She taught Honors World Geography in Plano ISD before becoming an administrator.  Mrs. Theodore served as an assistant principal in Plano ISD for six years and a principal in Lewisville ISD for two, where she was a finalist for 2016 Principal of the Year.  In addition to her time in public schools, Mrs. Theodore was also a family teacher at Father Flanagan’s Boys Home in Boys Town, Nebraska.  Her time spent at Boys Town helped shape Mrs. Theodore’s belief that there is no such thing as a bad child.  Mrs. Theodore is married and has a daughter that is a high school freshman.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, and cooking.



 

84103Jason Matisoff | Assistant Principal A-K

MatisoffJ@friscoisd.org
469-633-4302







Mr. Matisoff is entering his ninth year in education and his first as an assistant principal at Cobb Middle School.  Prior to joining Cobb, Mr. Matisoff was the assistant principal of FISD’s Shawnee Trail Elementary School and taught sixth, seventh, and eighth grade (though not all at one time) in Plano ISD.  He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at Dallas and a Masters of Education in Education Administration from Lamar University.  Mr. Matisoff is married and has one daughter, Laila, who is three.  In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and being outdoors year-round in Texas.



Stephanie Janes

Stephanie Janes | Assistant Principal L-Z
JanesS@friscoisd.org
469-633-4303

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Janes has been in education for 15 years, and this is her fifth year as an assistant principal at Cobb.  Prior to becoming an administrator, she spent three years in Plano ISD as a reading teacher and cheer coach, and then seven years at Clark Middle School as an English/Language Arts teacher and Team Leader.  She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Master of Teaching degree, both from Austin College in Sherman, TX.  Mrs. Janes is married and has one son, Thomas, who is a first grader.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and watching sports. 

 


Sharla GuessSharla Guess | Counselor A-K
GuessS@friscoisd.org
469-633-4312






Ms. Guess joined Frisco ISD in 2010 to open Cobb Middle School. Prior to opening Cobb, Ms. Guess taught 5th and 6th grade math for 8 years and was a  counselor for 7 years in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch School district.  Ms. Guess grew up in central Texas. She attended Texas A&M University in College Station where she received her bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.  Ms. Guess obtained her Masters in School Counseling from Amberton University in 2005.  In her free time, she loves to spend time with friends and family, watch college football (GO AGGIES!!), cook, travel, and watch movies. 



 

84523Eric Loveless | Counselor L-Z
LovelessE@friscoisd.org
469-633-4311






Mr. Loveless has been in education for 11 years, and this is his third year as a school counselor. Prior to becoming a counselor at Cobb, Mr. Loveless spent three years at Garland ISD as a U.S. History teacher and two years as a counselor. Mr. Loveless also spent seven years teaching at North Lamar ISD in Paris, TX. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Texas A&M-Commerce and received his Masters of Education in Administration from Lamar University. Mr. Loveless is currently attending Amberton University where he will receive his Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling. Mr. Loveless is married and has two daughters. In his free time, he likes to attend Oklahoma Sooner football games, spend time with his family, and study the Bible.