He began his education career in New Mexico as an agriculture science teacher and FFA chapter advisor for three years. He moved to the Wichita Falls area where he spent 10 years teaching agriculture science at Electra and then at Wichita Falls Rider High School. He served as K-12 Principal at Byers ISD for three years, then superintendent for six years, Career and Technology Director and campus principal at Carrigan Career Center at Wichita Falls ISD and most recently, PK- 12 principal for three years at Motley County ISD in Matador.
Steve is a native of Stillwater, Oklahoma and grew up at Commerce, Texas where he graduated high school. He grew up in a family of educators, so it is only natural that is the career of his choice. He and wife Katie are the parents of two daughters, Annie and her husband live in Henrietta, Texas. Annie earned a degree from Texas Tech University in Agriculture Communication and Education and currently teaches 6th grade math. Their younger daughter Stefanie will be a senior at Tech and is studying agriculture communication and retail management. His wife Katie has worked in education for 23 years and is currently employed at the Region 16 Education Service Center.
Both Mr. Wolf and his wife enjoy spending their spare time with family and friends or you might catch them hiking, cycling, skiing, or volunteering for the 4-H and FFA organizations.
Mr. Wolf would like for the community to know that he is very excited about the opportunity to come and experience what Lazbuddie ISD has to offer their students, faculty, and community; and to be a part of “A Unique Family with a United Belief in the Power of Hope and the Pursuit of Success”!