Superintendent

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    Todd Smith, M.Ed.
    Superintendent


    The Azle ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to name Todd Smith Superintendent of Schools on June 22, 2020.

    Mr. Smith started his career in education in July of 1994. He taught agricultural science at Azle High School, served as a high school assistant principal, principal of Walnut Creek Elementary, director of district operations, assistant superintendent, and interim superintendent from March 7, 2020, until named Superintendent Lone Finalist.


    Smith earned his Bachelor of Science and Master’s in Educational Administration from Tarleton State University and holds various certifications including superintendent certification and mid-management certification. He is also a member of many professional and community organizations. Mr. Smith is passionate about serving the Azle ISD community. His community involvement includes Optimist Club of Azle Member, Azle FFA Alumni Association Member, Azle Rotary Club Member, Azle Area Chamber of Commerce Ex-Officio Board Member, City of Azle Storm Water Board, and Azle PD TCLOS Advisory Board Member. He also served on the Tri-County Electric Cooperative Board of Directors for 18 years.

    He lives in the area with his wife, Shannon. They have two sons who both graduated from Azle High School – Zack in 2008 and Kleg in 2016, and two grandchildren, Madelyn and Barrett.

    His hobbies include working in his yard, hunting, fishing, and spending time with family and friends. He is thankful for the passion and dedication exhibited by Azle ISD faculty and staff and is extremely proud of the work Azle ISD has accomplished and the impact they will continue to make in the lives of our students.