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 spending a great deal of time and effort searching for a new superintendent, the Board of Education decided that the most qualified candidate was already in the district. Wednesday evening Ken Adams was named the new Superintendent of Schools for Morgan County replacing Ron Wolff who will begin serving as the superintendent in Box Elder County on July 1.
I have often been asked, “What can a busy parent do to make sure their child succeeds in school?” According to the Parent Institute, four simple things can be done to help parents make sure their child is doing their best in school.
My experience as an educator spans 36 years, four school districts and two states. During this time of employment, it has been my pleasure to be associated with great students, wonderful parents and conscientious staff members. It has been said that if one chooses something he loves to do then he will never go to work for the rest of his life. There is no truer statement than this about my vocation.