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Degrees and Certifications:
Tina Bullock is a native Floridian and has lived in Clay County since 1971. She began her teaching career at Orange Park Elementary School where she fell in love with Clay County Schools. Tina has a degree in Elementary Education from Jacksonville University and a Masters in Administration/Supervision from the University of North Florida. After receiving her Administration Degree, she served as an Assistant Principal at JL Wilkinson Jr. High and as an Assistant Principal at Keystone Heights Elementary School where she also taught for many years.
Tina finished her career as a Principal at Keystone Heights Junior/Senior High School where she retired. During her tenure as an administrator, she was honored to be elected as President of the Clay County Administrators Association and the Principal's Association of Clay County. Tina has always been involved in community activities. She is a Past Distinguished President and Lt. Governor of The Lake Region Kiwanis Club and the current President. She is the current Treasurer of the Woman's Club of Keystone Heights and a Past President. She is a charter member and Past President of the Clay County Gator Club and a Region 5 VP Recipient of a Clubbie Award. She has served on the Scholarship Committee, which annually awards scholarships to Clay County students planning on attending the University of Florida. She currently serves as a board member on the Clay County Council of the Aging and in 2018, she was the CCSO NET Chair for Zone 6. Tina is a member of the Keystone Business Association and she serves as the “voice” of the Keystone Christmas Parade and the 4th of July Parade. She believes all these organizations have one thing in common, which is to serve the children and community.
Tina has written and received multiple grants for various community organizations for their worthwhile projects. She has received the key to the City of Keystone Heights twice, and had a Proclamation naming May 30, 1997 "Tina Bullock Day.” Tina was honored and named Teacher of the Year while at Keystone Heights Elementary School. She is proud to serve as a School Board Member for District 3.
Degrees and Certifications:
Mary Bolla is serving her first term on the Clay County School Board. Mary was an elementary teacher in Clay County for 17 years, and prior to that, the Director of Admissions at the University of North Florida. Her husband of 33 years, Wayne Bolla, is a Clay County Commissioner. Their children are products of Clay County Public Schools. Katie (UCF) is a high school teacher at Lake Brantley High in Seminole County and Chris (UNF) resides in Washington. As a Board member, Mary has been involved with the Clay Education Foundation. She is involved with volunteering at many of the schools throughout the County and enjoys attending the various activities that showcase our excellent education opportunities. Mary believes in continuing education, and has completed the requirements to be a Certified Board Member with the Florida School Boards Association.