Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Marisa Wulfsberg
It is an honor to be the principal of Northern Hills ES for the 2022-2023 school year. After serving ten years in administration for Comal ISD, I knew in my heart, it was time to make the move to NEISD. I have two daughters who are graduates of NEISD, and I have been impressed from the beginning of th estrong foundation and education they received as students in the district. My oldest daughter, Elisa, a 2014 graduate of Churchill HS and 2018 graduate of Texas A&M College Station, begins her third year at Stanford Law in September. My youngest daughter, Carly, a 2019 graduate of Reagan HS, began her Sophmore year at Texas A&M College Station in August of this year. My husband, Cal, currently serves as one of the assistant principals at LEE HS. As an educator for 31 years, I believe in building a strong relationship between school and home. We are a team and together, it is our job to develop a plan, which will best meet the needs of your child so that they may experience true success and discover their potential as a leader of the future. Without a doubt, it is STUDENTS FIRST at Northern Hills ES, and we are ALL IN this TOGETHER!
Duties and Responsibilities:
Title IX Coordinator
Campus Behavior Coordinator
Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Kristen Rodriguez
Hello Bronco Families and Community,
It is my pleasure and honor to introduce myself as the Assistant Principal of Northern Hills Elementary. I am beyond thrilled to serve such an exceptional group of students, staff, and families at NHES and to be part of the NEISD family.
This coming school year, I will be entering my eighth year of education. I went back to school while raising my son and graduated Magna Cum Laude with an Associate of Arts in Teaching from Palo Alto College. I then transferred to Texas A&M San Antonio where I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in early childhood to 6th grade. I began my teaching career at Harlandale ISD at the same campus where I completed all of my clinical teaching. During my third year of teaching, I was called to servant leadership and earned admission into the Tomorrow’s Leadership Program at Trinity University. While continuing to teach and completing my administrative internship, I earned my Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership along with my principal’s certification. The next part of my journey brought me to South San ISD where I was an instructional coach for all contents and was then promoted to the Advanced Academics Coordinator and AVID Director at the district level.
On a more personal note, I have three children, a son and two daughters. All three are students in NEISD and will be products of the district, as am I. I am also a proud first generation college student and a lifelong learner! The privilege of being appointed an assistant principal in NEISD was like coming home for me and I could not be happier to work for such a dedicated, innovative, and dynamic district such as this.
I believe that all children can grow to be successful, lifelong learners. Every student needs an advocate and champion in the classroom and it is my goal to be that person for every single child that is a member of our community. I also believe that parents, staff, and administration on our campus are a team and must work together with one goal at the center of their work: the children’s success. Being an educator and servant leader is a calling for me and I will work tirelessly to ensure your child receives the best education possible and feels safe and secure on our campus. I am proud to call Northern Hills my home. I look forward to working with you all. Please contact me with any questions or to discuss how much your child enjoys being a Bronco Leader! My contact information is email@example.com or (210) 407-5223.
Title IX Coordinator & Campus Behavior Coordinator
Northern Hills Elementary's Title IX Coordinator/Campus Behavior Coordinator is primarily responsible for maintaining student discipline and the implementation of this subchapter and for responding to all complaints of possible sex discrimination and coordinating proper responses to complaints.