Education is the second act of Goodridge’s career. He went back to school to earn teacher certification after working for UPS for 21 years.
“The last 13 years in education as a science teacher and then assistant principal have been so fulfilling,” Goodridge said. “I get to help build an environment where our students can have exceptional learning experiences that prepare them to pursue their dreams and enrich their communities. There’s nothing more rewarding than that.”
Goodridge was recently recognized by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals as the Region 12 Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year. In 2015, he was recognized as the Belton ISD Secondary Teacher of the Year. Goodridge holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University and a Master of Education from Lamar University.
“I am humbled to be given the opportunity to partner with the students, staff and families at BMS in this capacity,” Goodridge said. “Together we’re going to do great things for kids.”