Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Tim Hagerty


Dear Parents and Guardians,

I am writing to share my excitement that I have accepted the assistant principal position at Dorothy L. Bullock School.  After having the opportunity to tour the school, meet a lot of the staff, and some of the students, I can undoubtedly say that Bullock School is already in a great spot.  This is a massive credit to the teaching staff, Principal Marchese, Assistant Principal Martin, and of course, all of you!  I hope to add to the positive and energetic dynamic of Bullock School starting in September.

Growing up in Glassboro, I had the opportunity to attend Bullock School in my early elementary years.  I have many fond memories of my time there, including after-school activities such as science fairs and basketball games in the Bullock gym.  I then continued my education through the Glassboro school system until I graduated from Glassboro High School.  After high school, I continued my education at Rowan University, graduating with a mathematics and education degree. During my time at Rowan University, I worked at the Glassboro Boys and Girls Club, which was my first experience working with the kids of Glassboro. It was such a positive life experience for me.

Following graduation, I was fortunate to get hired as a math teacher at Glassboro Intermediate School, where I would teach for eight years and eventually transferred to teach math at Glassboro High School.  While at both schools, I worked with phenomenal teachers and administrators who helped mold me into the educator I am today.  Throughout my tenure as a teacher, I also had the opportunity to be an assistant basketball and head football coach at the high school.

These experiences inspired me to pursue my certificate to be an administrator.  I enrolled in Rowan University’s Master of Arts in school administration program and graduated in May of 2022. 

Glassboro has always been home to me.  This town and school district has greatly impacted my life and helped mold me into who I am.  There are not enough words to express my gratitude to the people of this town and this school system for everything they have done for me.  When the opportunity presented itself to become an administrator in the district I call home, I could not have submitted my name as an applicant any quicker.  I want to thank Dr. Silverstein and the board of education for allowing me to give back to the people of Glassboro as a teacher and now as my future role as an administrator.

I cannot wait to start working with all the staff, the parents, and most importantly, all the students at Bullock School. I hope all of you have a great summer!

All the best! Go Bulldogs!

Tim Hagerty