Timothy S. Wyrosdick

Superintendent of Schools
Santa Rosa County
Tim has a breadth of experience in Curriculum and Instruction administration and before being elected Superintendent of Santa Rosa County Schools in 2008, he served as Assistant Principal and Principal at Navarre High School and had a focus on Curriculum and Instruction.

Meet Tim Wyrosdick. Tim Wyrosdick graduated Pace High School in 1980 and attended Mississippi College in Clinton, Mississippi on a football scholarship. He completed his B.A. from the University of West Florida in 1985 and began teaching at Pace Middle School in Santa Rosa County. He transferred to Pace High School where he taught and coached for 8 years. He entered school administration as an Assistant Principal at Pace High School where he served for 7 years. He served as Assistant Principal and Principal at Navarre High School until 2005 when he was appointed Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. Mr. Wyrosdick was elected Superintendent of Santa Rosa County Schools in 2008 and again in 2012.

Tim is the proud father of Jared and McKenna. He has been married to Vanessa for over 30 years. He is a member of and serves as a Sunday School Teacher at Immanuel Baptist Church. His hobbies include hunting, and hiking.