• Todd Shultz Headshot


    Todd Shultz joined the Jackson County School System in 2001 as an Agriculture Education Instructor and Young Farmer Advisor at Jackson County Comprehensive High School.  In 2007, he transitioned to East Jackson County High School and assisted with the opening of the new high school and agriculture program.  In 2010, Mr. Shultz was named the Career Technical and Agriculture Education (CTAE) Director for the Jackson County School System and will continue in this role in addition to serving as the Assistant Principal for the Empower College and Career Center.

    Mr. Shultz was raised on a grain and livestock farm in central Indiana.  He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Purdue University in Animal Science.  Later he received a Master’s Degree in Agriculture Leadership from the University of Georgia, following with his Specialist Degree in Administrative Leadership from Valdosta State University.

    He and his wife, Heather, are active in numerous community and state livestock organizations and athletic programs.  They are the proud parents of two daughters who attend East Jackson Elementary and East Jackson High School.