Dr. Tim Uhl serves as the superintendent of Catholic Schools for Montana, serving 24 schools, 3800+ students, and two dioceses (Helena and Great Falls-Billings). He has previously served as the principal of Holy Rosary Regional School in Tacoma and Catholic High School in New Iberia, Louisiana. He is the founder of “Catholic School Matters,” a podcast about Catholic Schools. He published a Montana Catholic Schools website full of great resources and a weekly newsletter “Catholic School Matters” with great information, too.
- NCR “In Conversations” podcast interview with Dr. Uhl dropped on Feb 2, 2018
- NCR article about Dr. Uhl and the Catholic School Matters podcast Feb 2018
- Winter 2017 Momemtum article about Effective Evaluations
- Dr. Uhl’s article in Fall 2017 Momemtum about Effective Interview Questions
- NCEA & Dr. Uhl anounce partnership for “Catholic School Matters”
- Summer 2017 Momentum article with Dr. Raul Escarpio entitled “The Intersection Between Serving Hispanic Students and Exceptional Learners”
- “American Educator Releases New Podcast About Catholic Education” in the CCSTA (Canadian Catholic Schools Trustee Association” newsletter
- Fall 2016 Momentum (NCEA’s publication) profile on pp. 14-15
- Feb 25, 2016 Op-Ed in Billings Gazette “Catholic Schools Serve Students With Diverse Needs”
- Sep 2014 article “New Montana Superintendent of Catholic Schools Makes His Rounds Around the State”
- July 2014 article “Helena Diocese names new superintendent of schools”
- “Called to Catholic Education” article in NW Catholic about Dr. Uhl at Holy Rosary Regional School-Juan Diego Academy.
- ACE article in 2015 chronicles the Dual Language Journey of Holy Rosary Regional School.