Dear Parents and Staff of San Pasqual Valley High School,
As a long-time educator in our local community, I am excited to join the San Pasqual Valley Unified School District as the 2022-2023 High School Principal. For the past 24 years, I have been involved with public education at various levels. For the past eight years, I have been a school administrator in the Crane School District. My undergraduate work focused on meeting the diverse needs of special education students with various types of cognitive, adaptive and emotional disabilities. As a graduate student, I studied Bilingual/Multicultural Education. My background in knowledge and experience affords me a wide lens to observe systems and critical issues from multiple perspectives. It also provides me with a resourceful toolbox to access when developing and implementing strategic plans for school improvement. I chose to join San Pasqual Valley High School, because I believe all students are capable of success, no exceptions. It is this mentality and approach with our school community that I wish to provide effective leadership and support.
This school year we will work to improve our response to student need and intervention with the refinement of our MTSS structures in: Academics, Social-Emotional Learning and Behavior Intervention. We will also work together to develop a strong commitment and improved school culture to the overarching mission of “...empowering and inspiring all students to become productive citizens in the global community...” I am excited to join SPVHS as principal and look forward to our developing partnership throughout this school year.
We will accomplish this by aiming our efforts towards three specific goals:
- Increase our graduation rate to greater than 90% by June 9, 2023.
- Increase our achievement scores on CAASPP by 10% in English Language Arts and Math by May 2023.
- Decrease chronic absenteeism from 26% to less than 20% this school year by June 9, 2023.
San Pasqual High School Principal
School Plan for Student Achievement
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