Wednesday evening, the Morgan Board of Education approved a resolution to employ Timothy Wolff as the new principal of Morgan Elementary School. Wolff graduated from Weber State University with a BS in Elementary Education in 2001. He has also earned a Master’s Degree in administration from the University of Houston. Following graduation he was employed as a teacher in the Fort Bend Independent School District, a suburb of Houston.
After teaching the fifth grade for six years, Wolff became an assistant principal at the elementary school level. He has served in this capacity for the past three years. He comes highly recommended as both a teacher and an administrator.
Wolff and his wife, Leslie, have two children, Tessa and Malia. They will be moving to Morgan in the next few weeks.