Willow Wood Junior High
Phone: 281-357-3030 Fax: 281-357-3045
Bob Frost, Principal
Mr. Frost is in his fifth year as principal of Willow Wood Junior High School and has completed his 24th year as an educator/administrator. Previous to being named the principal of WWJH, Mr. Frost was the principal of Tomball Intermediate School for 3 years and was a principal in another school district for 3 years as well. Mr. Frost received his Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Stephen F. Austin State University and his Superintendent Certification from Sam Houston State University.
Debbie Yarotsky, Assistant Principal
Ms. Yarotsky has been in education for 21 years earning her Bachelor of Business in Accounting from the University of Texas and her Masters in Educational Administration from Prairie View A & M University. She taught business and technology classes and served as the CATE coordinator at both Mansfield and Montgomery High Schools. She is beginning her 9th year as an Assistant Principal at WWJH. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her two sons and two grandchildren. Ms. Yarotsky looks forward to serving the students of Willow Wood Junior High School and working beside a staff that creates a positive educational environment where each student’s heightened self-esteem leads to a higher achievement and a desire to be a lifelong learner. She encourages all students to get involved in a club, fine arts, or sport to be more a part of the WWJH family.
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Mr. Stolle was born in Tomball, TX and grew up in the Klein area. He and his wife Kristin are the proud parents of two children, Aubrey and Andrew. Mr. Stolle is in his 14th year of education. He graduated from BYU with degrees in Geography and Spanish Teaching, and earned his Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M University. He started his career teaching Spanish and coaching at WWJH for 5 years. After serving as an Assistant Principal in Klein ISD for 5 years he returned to WWJH as an Assistant Principal. This will be his 9th year overall at WWJH and he is proud to be a Wildcat! Mr. Stolle enjoys spending time with his family, taking road trips, golfing, singing, and playing sports. He is also fluent in the Spanish language and enjoys helping others learn it, too. Mr. Stolle believes that it is important for students, parents and the school to work together as a team to help each student be successful. Welcome to WWJH!
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