Meet The Instructional Technology Facilitator
Name: Tim Hills
Email Address:
Campus Phone number:  (210)444-8300 Ext. 3779
I was born and raised in the small town of Two Rivers, Wisconsin located on the western shore of Lake Michigan.  I graduated from Washington High School which no longer stands today.  I attended the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater and in 1988 received a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a Mathematics major and a Computer Science minor.  In December, 2007 I received my Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Instructional Technology at Our Lady of the Lake University.  The capstone to this Masters program was successfully passing the Texas Examination of Master Teachers (TExMaT) – Master Technology Teacher for State certification.  I am currently a state certified Master Technology Teacher.
I received my first teaching assignment from the Edgewood Independent School District where I have been for all of my educational career.  I started teaching mathematics and computer science at Edgewood High School currently the Fine Arts Academy, in the 1989-1990 school year.  When Edgewood High School shut its doors as a regular high school I then spent two years teaching mathematics at what was then the Career and Technology Academy located at Memorial High School.  I then moved on to what was then the Math and Science Academy located at John F. Kennedy High School where I primarily taught computer science. Starting with the 2000 - 2001 school year I became the Instructional Technology Teacher at Kennedy High School for 12 years.  I then spent 2 years at Brentwood Middle School in the new role of Instructional Technology Facilitator. I moved on to my current campus of Memorial High School where I have been since the 2014-2015 school year.
I am currently an Adjunct Faculty member at 
San Antonio College where I have been teaching Developmental Mathematics classes evenings and weekends since the Spring of 2000.
Last Modified on September 9, 2016