Veronica’s leadership skills and passion for faith-filled Catholic education are evident in her academic background which includes a B.A. in Pre-Professional Studies and Theology from the University of Notre Dame, an M.A. from the University of San Diego, and a Catholic School Leadership Certification from Creighton University. Additionally, Veronica will complete her M.S. from Creighton University in May 2019. Veronica has served the Diocese of Fort Worth for the past 12 years and was eager to join The Woodlands community in July 2018.
While at Notre Dame, Veronica met her husband Aaron and together they have four children. Their oldest, Abby, is a freshman at Frassati Catholic High School. Luke is in 6th grade at St. Anthony of Padua. And her youngest two, Joey and Davidson, are in Kindergarten at St. Anthony of Padua.
In Veronica’s “spare time” she loves to watch Notre Dame football, play the piano, and is also an avid runner. Every year, Mrs. Tucker challenges her students that if they can out run her, they get one free homework pass. So far – no more than three students have ever won this privilege in a given school year!
October 30th, 2018 | 30 mins 26 secs
catholic, education, interview, principal, school
We interview Veronica Tucker, the new principal of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School! She gives us her education, theology, and family background while Gomer does his best to interrupt and make it all about him!