The Katy ISD Board of trustees approved the appointment of Timothy Wolff as principal of Rhoads Elementary. He will be leaving his post as assistant principal at Bear Creek Elementary to take on the …
The Katy ISD Board of trustees approved the appointment of Timothy Wolff as principal of Rhoads Elementary. He will be leaving his post as assistant principal at Bear Creek Elementary to take on the new role.
“I’m excited to embrace this new learning adventure with Rhoads students, staff, parents and its school community,” Wolff said via a KISD press release.
Rhoads Elementary is located in the northwestern portion of the school district near the intersection of Clay and Fry roads and is named after Jack Rhoads and Sharon Joy Rhoads. Mrs. Rhoads died Jan. 10 and her obituary may be viewed here.
Wolff began his education career at Sienna Crossing Elementary in Fort Bend ISD in 2001. He moved into an administrative position as assistant principal at Walker Station Elementary in Sugar Land in 2007. He later served as assistant principal at Dr. Lynn Armstrong Elementary in Missouri City until 2010 when his family moved to Utah where he was a building principal at Morgan Elementary School as well as the Morgan County School District’s Title I Director.
Wolff and his family returned to Texas in 2016 where he became assistant principal at WoodCreek Elementary and later moved into that same role at Bear Creek Elementary.
Wolff holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Weber State University and a master of education degree from the University of Houston.
He will begin his tenure at Rhoads Jan. 25.
“Much like a rocket that signifies an exploration and/or journey that reaches unimaginable heights, my goal is to see each student aim high with their dreams and goals,” Wolff said.