Phone: 210.619.4121


Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Ronnie Williamson, MSTC for Dobie JHS & Steele HS

Lt. Col. (US Army Retired)  Williamson is the son of a US Army Dad, born in Germany and grew up in Arkansas. He attended Henderson State University earning a Master's of Science in Education degree. Mr. Williamson served in the US Army from 1991-2013 including nine Permanent Change of Station (PSC) moves! He has experienced transtions first hand in his own childhood as well as with his wife and  three sons, ages 23 (twins) and 25. Mr. Williamson believes that the discipline and values learned from his Army career and civilian background in education, has helped him become a positive, caring and understanding Military Student Transition Consultant. Mr. Williamson joined the SCUC-ISD team during the summer of 2019.

Phone: 210.945.6526


Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Tina Barber, MSTC for Corbett JHS & Clemens HS

Tina Barber is honored to join the SCUC-ISD team as a Military Student Transition Consultant. She is a proud Military Spouse who has experience with many of the joys and challenges the military life brings including; PCS, deployments, TDY’s, transferring children into many different schools and school districts, transferring schools mid-year and starting over in each new community.

She has worked for a US Congressman, large corporations, and has over 15 years working in the non-profit sector before marrying her Soldier. After marrying into the military community, she took almost every spouse training available to make sense of the differences between her civilian life and the new military life.

She enjoys learning, advising and teaching. With her former career not viable with the transitions required of the military life, she went back to school to earn a Masters of Education. She became a teacher and spent two years in Miami Dade Public School District until her husband received orders to return to her hometown of San Antonio in July 2019.

Mrs. Barber has three children; one in college, a Junior and a Sophomore. She understands how the ‘military life’ impacts students as a mom and in the classroom as a teacher.

With all of this experience, she is ready and excited to help the military connected students in the SCUC-ISD transition and make the most of their time in the area.