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Dr. Meredith Davis, Principal 

Dr. Meredith Davis

I am thrilled and honored to introduce myself as the new Principal of Walnut Grove Elementary School. It is with great excitement that I join this exceptional educational community, renowned for its commitment to academic excellence and nurturing environment. I am eager to begin this journey alongside our dedicated staff, engaged students, and supportive parents.

I believe that open communication and partnership between school and home are vital for a successful educational experience. My door is always open, and I encourage parents to actively participate in your child's education. Together, we can create a nurturing and inspiring environment that prepares our students to become responsible citizens and lifelong learners.

I look forward to meeting each of you and working together to continue Walnut Grove's tradition of excellence. Let us embark on this journey with enthusiasm, positivity, and a commitment to creating a bright future for our students.

Dragon love,

Dr. Meredith Davis

Ashraf Mobh, Assistant Principal

Ashraf Mobh

My name is Ashraf Mobh and this year marks my 21st year in education. I was privileged to start my career in Arlington and Duncanville, where I taught 2nd to 4th grade. I then joined Highland Park ISD and remained there for almost a decade; learning and growing.   I am extremely honored to be a part of Southlake Carroll ISD and look forward to a wonderful year at Walnut Grove Elementary School.

I have lived in the Lone Star State for most of my life. I graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Science in Education and went on to do my masters in Education Leadership from Dallas Baptist University, which allowed me to obtain my Principal Certification.  

In addition to education, I live to travel to distant lands.  From Dubai to Switzerland, to safaris in Kenya, I feel fortunate for the experiences I’ve had during my travels.  “I cannot live without books,” sums up my attitude towards reading!  

The Journey… 

At Walnut Grove, we thrive on providing a safe, warm, and loving environment in which your child will thrive educationally and understand that they are an asset to our community. But we can’t do this alone. I believe a large piece of the educational puzzle rests in the teamwork between the parents and the school.  Together we can unleash the potential your child has within them. I look forward to working with you in making this year at Walnut Grove a happy and memorable year for you and your child.

  Ms. Mobh’s leadership experience and professional memberships include:

  • Fourth Grade Teacher, Highland Park ISD (8 years)
  • Fourth Grade Teacher, Duncanville ISD (10 years)
  • Second Grade Teacher, Arlington ISD (1 year)
  • 2020 Unsung Hero District Award – Highland Park ISD
  • 2014 Teacher of the Year – Highland Park ISD
  • 2014 Park Cities Gifted and Talented Teacher of the Year

Tina Green, Counselor

I am so excited to have the opportunity to be your child’s school counselor. 

I have been in education for over twenty years and have worked in public and private schools as a teacher or school counselor.  My experience ranges from pre-school to high school.  I found that I love kiddos of all ages because there is always something to learn from every stage!  My undergraduate degree is in Elementary Education with a specialization in Early Childhood, and I have a Master’s degree in School Counseling.  

My husband, Kayle, and I moved to Southlake from Dallas in 2005.  Kayle is an investment banker with Stifel.  Our daughter, Addisyn, graduated from CSHS in 2019 and Southern Methodist University in May 2023.   Our son, Carson, is a 2022 CSHS grad and is a sophomore at TCU.  We have three fur babies: Lulu, Jojo and Baker.

Thank you for sharing your sweet child with me.  As a parent, I know how important it is for children to feel loved and safe when away from home.  I want you to know that I will take care of your little blessing as I would want others to take care of my two.  I look forward to an amazing year with you and your child.


Tina Green


Kim Smith, SRO

Officer Kim Smith, is known around Walnut Grove Elementary as “Officer Kim.” This year begins her 5th year as the School Resource Officer at Walnut Grove. Officer Kim has been in law enforcement for over 24 years. She began her career at Euless PD in 1995 and then moved to Grapevine PD in 1999, where she retired in 2015. Officer Kim has been a part of many different divisions and for 11 years of her career she was the Sergeant of patrol for the evening and midnight shifts. If you ask her to highlight the most memorable In all of her career, being a School Resource Officer has been the greatest career decision and life rewarding. Officer Kim has also been a fitness trainer and a self-defense instructor for over 25 years. 

Officer Kim has been married to Bobby Smith for 19 years. Her husband recently retired as a Sergeant of Grapevine PD, following a 27 year law enforcement career. Bobby Smith is now the head varsity coach for Lake Country Christian High School. Officer Kim has three sons; Brendon (23) just graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor of Arts & Media. Thomas (18) graduated this year from Lake Country Christian High School and is attending Abilene Christian University, where he will study Business and Finance. Hudson (16) is a junior at Lake Country Christian High School with aspirations of playing baseball in college. Officer Kim has a fourth son, Smitty, who is a four year old Golden Retriever. Everyone at Walnut Grove knows Smitty from pictures and stories Officer Kim shares.  

When Officer Kim is not at Walnut Grove, she spends most of her time at home or at baseball games. Her interests and hobbies include: Doing fitness workouts, training in boxing, organizing her house, working outside in the yard, and attending events outside of school for all of her Walnut Grove Dragons. 

If you ask her what the best thing about being a police officer is, she gives two answers: Being a part of the life of every student at Walnut Grove, ensuring they all feel safe and know what to do in stressful situations, and the students most favorite answer, because she never has to decide what she is going to wear each day, she has worn the same thing for 24 years and it makes her happy.