Bridge City Independent School District (BCISD) has appointed Tim Woolley as the BCISD CFO.
Tim’s successful career in education spans nineteen years. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Ag Economics with an emphasis in Macroeconomics from Texas A&M University and earned his Master of Education in School Administration from Lamar University. Tim continues his commitment to lifelong learning through his memberships in the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, Texas Association of School Administrators, and Leadership Southeast Texas.
His educational career embodies a passion for leading students, mentoring faculty and staff, and building relationships within the community. Tim served as a high school teacher and coach for four years at LCM HS and seven years at Atascocita HS. In 2015, he started his three-year administrative role at LCM HS as an assistant principal, and in 2018, he returned to his alma mater as the principal of Bridge City High School. Tim has continued to lead the Bridge City High School campus over the past five years, during which time he was named the Region V Outstanding Principal of the Year (2021).
Tim was influenced greatly by his parents, Tom and Sharon Woolley, who were both longtime educators in Bridge City ISD. He is a BCHS graduate (class of 2000), married to Sally Woolley (librarian at BCMS), and they have 4 children all attending schools in BCISD: Addison (class of 2024), Carter and Callie (class of 2033), and Reid (class of 2034).