Moore Haven Middle-High School


  • Tim Wilder - Principal


    I am proud and honored to be the principal at Moore Haven Middle-High School.  I was born and raised in Port St. Joe, Florida where I graduated from Port St. Joe High School in 1987.  I attended George C. Wallace Community College from 1987-1989 and transferred to Georgia Southern University where  I received my BS degree in Communications in 1992.  I was fortunate to play baseball during my college career and played in the College World Series in Omaha in 1990.  I received my MS degree in Educational Leadership from Florida State University in 1997.

    I  served as Superintendent of Schools in Gulf County, Florida for 7 years and as Superintendent of Schools in Dothan, Alabama for 3 ½ years.  Previous to that I taught Speech, Debate and English classes at Wakulla High School.  I have also served as High School Assistant Principal, Elementary School Principal and High School Principal.

    I served as the President of the Board of Directors for the Florida High School Athletics Association where I was a member for 3 years; was named Florida’s “Principal of the Year” in 2004; Superintendent of the Year in Alabama, Region 3 in 2012; Superintendent’s State Volunteer of the Year Award for 3 years; served on the Regional Board for the Alabama High School Athletics Association; Chairman of the Supt/AHSAA Advisory board for the state of Alabama; and has served as keynote speaker for many events all across this country.

    I am the proud father of daughter Kaley (21) who is a senior at Troy University and majoring in Athletic Training and son  Walt (18) and he is in the welding field serving as a boilermaker.  My hobbies include fishing, hunting and going to Florida State University football games.

  • Vivian Bennett, Assistant Principal


    Hello parents, students, faculty and friends!  My name is Vivian Bennett and I am honored to be an Assistant Principal at Moore Haven Middle-High School!

    My career in education began 15 years ago as an English teacher at an alternative school.  Since that time, I’ve taught various subjects and grade levels, held a district level position in the field of exceptional student education, and worked for a Florida Department of Education discretionary project.  I hold a Master’s degree in Education along with certifications in English, English for Speakers of Other Languages, Exceptional Student Education, and Educational Leadership.

    I am excited to be back in Glades County and look forward to an exciting new school year filled with new challenges and opportunities! 


  • Andi Canady, Assistant Principal