The Carroll ISD School Board approved the hiring of the district’s new Assistant Superintendent for Financial Services during Monday’s meeting.
Scott Wrehe (pronounced Rare) joins Carroll ISD after serving the past five years as Joshua ISD’s Chief Financial Officer. Wrehe has 20 years of experience as an accountant and school finance leader.
“Mr. Wrehe comes to Carroll ISD with an excellent resume, and we are excited about him joining our administrative staff,” said Dr. David Faltys, Carroll ISD Superintendent. “He has stellar references, and we expect him to be a excellent member of our district leadership team.”
Wrehe has worked various-sized Metroplex school districts, including Fort Worth ISD, Burleson ISD and Joshua ISD.He is a registered Texas Association of School Business Official (TASBO) and has served TASBO DFW as Vice President. He has developed a strong customer service record for his finance department, as well as a departmental strategic plan and a campus scorecard program.
Wrehe is a 1995 TCU graduate and received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. His wife is also a CPA and former teacher and the couple have two school-aged sons.
“I am very excited for this opportunity to join such an outstanding district as Carroll ISD,” Wrehe said.
During his tenure at Joshua ISD, he was a member of the team that assisted in the successful passing of a school bond program. His credentials also include serving as President of the Johnson County Business Managers.
While leading Burleson ISD as the Director of Accounting, he handled all investments and cash management for the district. He also assisted in creating and implementing Campus Activity Fund procedures and Booster Club/PTO procedures.
Wrehe started his career in public schools in 1998 in Fort Worth ISD and served roles as Internal Auditor and Budget Coordinator. Before joining Fort Worth ISD, Wrehe started his financial career as a Senior Auditor at Ernst & Young.