Phone: 281-634-2392


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies Masters of Education (Educational Administration)

Mr. Enoch Brown III, M.Ed

With the affirmation of believing that the legacy you leave for tomorrow must be created by the youth you inspire today, it is no wonder why education and Enoch Brown III, M.Ed go hand in hand. 

Entering into his 7th year in education (3rd year via LOMS), Enoch’s passion has always been to help educate and enlighten today’s 21st century child with the necessary knowledge and overall skillsets that will assist students in attaining dreams and possibilities once considered impossible. In doing so, Mr. Brown helps to support the district’s philosophy of “inspire, equip, and imagine.” In essence, students will not only gain the needed content but strengthen themselves in regards to organization, ownership, and responsibility. 


Through effective, constant and collaborative communication, Mr. Brown seeks to build and sustain lasting relationships with all stakeholders, as he resonates in the idea of it taking a village to truly raise and empower a child.


In addition to being an instructional leader at Lake Olympia Middle School, Mr. Brown also serves as the campus sponsor and teacher for the student leadership class and group known as Peer Assistance Leadership Students (PALS); campus/district mentor for Teachers Advancing Professional Practice (TAPP); and serves as a boy’s football and basketball coach for the LOMS Athletic Department.

As a native of Missouri City, TX, Mr. Brown enjoys sports, traveling, insightful dialogue, meaningful time with family, and the continuum of being a life-long learner.  

  • Period 1: Peer Assistance Leadership Students (PALS)
    •Monday/Lunes AND Thursday/Jueves: (9:00AM - 10:00AM)
    •Wednesday/Miercoles: (9:00AM - 9:35AM) 
    Period 2: United States History (US HIST)
    •Monday/Lunes AND Thursday/Jueves: (10:15AM - 11:15AM)
    •Wednesday/Miercoles: (9:45AM - 10:20AM)
    Period 3: United States History Pre-AP (US HIST PreAP)
    •Monday/Lunes AND Thursday/Jueves: (11:30AM - 12:30PM)  
    •Wednesday/Miercoles: (10:30AM - 11:05AM)
    Period 4: Campus Control (Additional instructional obligations) 
    •Monday/Lunes AND Thursday/Jueves: (1:30PM - 2:30PM)
    •Wednesday/Miercoles: (11:15AM - 11:50AM)
    Period 5: United States History Pre-AP (US HIST PreAP) 
    »Tuesday/Martes AND Friday/Viernes: (9:00AM - 10:00AM)
    »Wednesday/Miercoles: (12:00PM - 12:35PM)
    Period 6: Conference (Virtual Office Hours)
    »Tuesday/Martes AND Friday/Viernes: (10:15AM - 11:15AM)
    »Wednesday/Miercoles: (1:30PM - 2:05PM)
    Period 7: United States History (US HIST) 
    »Tuesday/Martes AND Friday/Viernes: (11:30AM - 12:30PM)
    »Wednesday/Miercoles: (2:15PM - 2:50PM)
    Advisory: SEL/Intervention/Enrichment (ADVISORY)
    »Tuesday/Martes AND Friday/Viernes: (1:30PM - 2:30PM)
  • Mon./Tue./Wed./Thu./Fri. (EVERYDAY) 

    4:15pm - 5:15pm via Microsoft Teams or Schoology Conference 

    Tutorials will be held everyday unless cancelled due to instructional, administrative, and or local-district duties and obligations. Tutorials must be scheduled with prior notice between the student/teacher/parent to ensure meeting time is available.