- SCUC ISD
SCUC ISD Board Trustees approved the recommendation to name Ashley Hawk as principal of O.G. Wiederstein Elementary School and Joey Treviño as new principal of Allison L. Steele Enhanced Learning Center at the regular meeting held on April 20th.
Hawk currently serves as assistant principal of Laura Ingalls Wilder Intermediate School, and Treviño is presently an assistant principal at Canyon Middle School in the Comal Independent School District.
Hawk, a graduate of Samuel Clemens High School, began her career as a teacher in 2008 at Woodlake Hills Middle School, in the Judson Independent School District. She later became Academic Coach and eventually an assistant principal before coming to SCUC ISD as an assistant principal at Wilder.
“I’m so excited to be able to serve students, teachers and families,” Hawk said. “There’s something special to be able to serve where you live, where you grew up and where your children live.”
She plans on drawing on her wide-ranging experiences in education to make Wiederstein Elementary School a special place. “My different roles have given me different lenses in how every member of a team is integral to the education of a child.”
Ms. Hawk earned her bachelor's degree at the University of Texas at San Antonio and her master's degree at Lamar University. She is the proud mom to Cameron (18), Issac (11) and Jasmine (3). You may find Ms. Hawk on the local fields in Schertz and Cibolo as she cheers on her children in various activities as well as singing in the Worship Ministry at her church.
Treviño received his Bachelor’s degree from Texas Lutheran University, and attained his Master’s in Educational Administration from Texas State University in 2006. Treviño's experience includes traditional and non-traditional environments. He also served as an assistant principal at Canyon High School. He started as a teacher and coach at New Braunfels ISD in the spring of 1991, with a stop at North East ISD, eventually coming to SCUC ISD as a teacher at Samuel Clemens High School, where he was named Teacher of the Year during the 2016-17 school year, also receiving Secondary Teacher of the Year honors.
“I’m looking forward to the collaborative aspect of working together with the community,” Treviño said. “It’s a great responsibility and very humbling to be in that role. I want students, staff members and community members to feel like that’s home.” Treviño is gratified he is returning to a school district and educational community that pursues excellence. “My best years in education were at SCUC ISD. It’s a community of learners, the families, the kids. It’s a special place.”
Mr. Treviño is married to Elizabeth, and has a son daughter, Jennifer (24) and a son, Joshua (21). His daughter is in her first year as a teacher and coach. Mr. Treviño will assume his duties as principal at Allison Steele ELC July 1st.