Press Release

School Site Administrative Assignments 2017-18 School Year

Orange, CA, July 28, 2017 – The Orange Unified School District is pleased to announce the Principal/Assistant Principal assignments for the 2017-18 school year.

Elementary Schools

School

Principal

Anaheim Hills

Fayroze Mostafa

California

John Albert, Ed.D.

Cambridge

Diane Lew

Canyon Rim

Erika Krohn

Chapman Hills

Jana Saenz

Crescent

Shele´ Tamaki

AP - Richard Torres *

Esplanade

Christina Yokoyama

Fairhaven

Karen Sandors

Fletcher

Sara Pelly

Handy

Michelle Owen, Ed.D.

Imperial

Ginette “Gigi” Kelley

Jordan

Lorena Rubio *

La Veta

Lydia Roach

    AP – Amber Miller

Lampson     

Heriberto “Heri” Angel

   AP – Lucia Perales, Ed.D.*

Linda Vista

Bob Johnson

McPherson Magnet K-8

Joe Erven

   AP – Lana Merha *

Nohl Canyon

Heather Bosworth

Olive

Heather Darrow

Palmyra

Brenna Godsey

Panorama

Jeremy Mortensen

Prospect

Sally Hughson

Running Springs

Randi Leach  (Acting)

Serrano

Katherine Rizzo

Sycamore

Renee Ybarra *

Taft

Connie Smith

Villa Park

Raeanne Little

West Orange

Sandra Preciado-Martin


 

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

School

Principal

Cerro Villa

Lisa Ogan

   AP – Ulises Garcia

Portola

Jill Katevas

   AP – Amy Alvarado

Yorba

Tracy Knibb

   AP – Paula Torres

HIGH SCHOOLS

Canyon

Craig Abercrombie

   AP – Suena Chang, Ed.D.

   AP – David Mannen 
* (Acting)

   AP -  Brent McKee

El Modena

Dustin Saxton,  Ph.D.

   AP – Keri Kimes

   AP  - Susan Hemans

   AP – Maureen Eckholdt

Orange

Dennis McCuistion

   AP – Celinna Pinelo

   AP – Jeff Morgan

   AP – Nathan Garrett

Richland Continuation

Elsie Briseno Simonovski, Ph.D.

Villa Park

Kenneth Miller, Ed.D.

   AP – Sheryl Anderson Glass

   AP – Jeff Jones

   AP – Michael Lee

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Alternative Education/Adult Education/ Community Day School

Justin Stanfield

Canyon Hills

Karen Hanson, Ed.D.

OUSD Pre-K/K, Special Education

Bree Tippets

* New to District/New to Position 

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The Orange Unified School District educates approximately 28,000 K-12 grade students in the Cities of Orange, Villa Park, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, and unincorporated county areas.  In partnership with our community, we provide a safe, equitable, and innovative culture of learning for each scholar to have a competitive EDGE as a leader.