Assistant Superintendent Tammy Clark
Tammy Clark became Assistant Superintendent in June 2021.
Clark previously the principal at Granbury Middle School (2019-2021). She served as the Granbury High School academic dean and earlier as an assistant principal in a dual role while maintaining duties as head volleyball coach. At the high school, she also taught integrated physics and chemistry, health, physical education, physics, and French with several courses at the Advanced Placement level.
As volleyball coach for 16 seasons, Clark came to Granbury in 2002 as an assistant before moving up to the lead position a year later. By 2009, she helped the team end a post-season drought that had left the Lady Pirates on the sidelines since 1996. Under her leadership, Granbury teams advanced to the regional quarterfinals for four seasons before breaking through to make back-to-back showings in the regional finals in 2013 and 2014.
Clark began her educational career in 1997 at Sinton, where she taught science and coached volleyball, basketball, and track at both the middle school and high school level. She earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Universite de Bordeaux in France in 1997 and later received a master’s degree in secondary education in 2000 from Texas A&M University Corpus Christi.