Newhall Elementary School
The most important thing I do everyday is … inspire and love my students. When children sense and have confidence that they are loved and cherished, their hearts open to the learning process and they take ownership of their education.
Ann Unger donated 2014-11-18 08:58:44 -0800
Principal for a Day
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
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Please refer to the list below for available Principals and Administrators. All names in black are still available.
SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES: DEADLINE TO BE A SPONSOR IS OCTOBER 25th
- FRESHMAN - $500: Elementary school Principal placement; Two admissions to the breakfast; Quarter page ad in event program; Company logo on SCVEF web site; Commemorative Gift
- JUNIOR - $1000: School Administration placement; Four admissions to the breakfast; Half-page ad in event program; Company logo on SCVEF web site; Commemorative gift
- SENIOR - $1500: District Administration placement; Six admissions to the breakfast; Full-page ad in event program; Company logo on SCVEF web site; Commemorative gift
- GRADUATE- $2,000: Three placements (one at each school level); Six admissions to the breakfast; Full-page ad in event program; Company logo on SCVEF website; Commemorative gift.
- Elementary School Principal - $150
- Jr. High School Principal - $150
- High School Assistant Principals - $300
- High School Principals - $300
- Assistant Superintendents - $450
- Superintendents - $450
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BRONZE SPONSORS - PREMIER SPONSORS
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Join one of these Principals or Administrators
Elementary School Principals Jr. High School Principals Bridgeport Dr. Carin Fractor Arroyo Seco Andy Keyne, Ed.D Canyon Springs Julie Martinez Castaic Middle Bob Brauneisen Castaic Elementary Allison West La Mesa Michele Krantz Cedarcreek Mary Mann Placerita John Turner Emblem Jon Baker Rancho Pico Erum Velek Fair Oaks Ranch Julie McBride Rio Norte Audrey Asplund Golden Oak Gretchen Lupica Sierra Vista Carolyn Hoffman Charles Helmers Michelle Velikorodnyy Highlands Susan Bender High School Principals James Foster Misty Covington AOC Pete Getz, Ed. D Leona Cox Heather Drew Bowman Eran Zevi Live Oak Stephanie Beach Canyon Shellie Holcombe McGrath Jennifer Boone Castaic Melanie Hagman Meadows Juliet Fine, Ed. D Golden Valley Sal Frias Mint Canyon Rick Drew Hart High Jason d'Autremont Mitchell Marie Dacumos, Ed. D Saugus Vince Ferry Mountainview Kate Demsher Sequoia Catherine Nicholas Newhall Jackeline Tapia Valencia Steve Ford Northlake Hills Vivian Fiss West Ranch Mark Crawford North Park Vicki Kubasak Oak Hills Wendy Maxwell DISTRICTS Old Orchard Ken Hintz Assistant Superintendents Peachland Diana Stenroos Castaic Janene Maxon Pico Canyon Tammi Rainville Castaic - CBO Linette Hodson Pinetree Deb Stilson Hart - Human Resources Michael Vierra, Ed.D. Plum Canyon Theophane Korie Hart - Ed Services Mike Kuhlman Rio Vista Cheryl Carmeron Newhall - HR Michelle Morse, Ed.D Rosedell Robin Payre Newhall - Business Deo Persaud Santa Clarita Rose Villanueva, Ed. D Newhall - Instruction Dee Jaimeson Skyblue Mesa Kimberly Humphries Saugus - Instruction Isa DeArmas, Ed.D. Stevenson Ranch Chad Rose Saugus - Business Nick Heinlein Sulphur Springs Eric Guerrero Saugus - HR Jennifer Stevenson, Ed. D Tesoro del Valle Gina Nolte Sulphur Springs - Ed Services Jezelle Fullwood, Ed. D Valencia Valley Amy Gaudette Sulphur Springs - Business Gretchen Bergstrom Valley View Adrella Hamilton West Creek Academy Susan Bett Superintendents Wiley Canyon Timothy Lankford Castaic Steve Doyle Newhall Jeff Pelzel Saugus Colleen Hawkins, Ed.D. * Already taken Sulphur Springs Catherine Kawaguchi, Ed.D. * Not available Wm S. Hart Vicki Engbrecht
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What We Do
We work together with the many facets of our community to bridge the gap that has been created by lack of state and national funding of our local public schools. Every year we grow stronger in our ability to fill the needs of our students and teachers through our programs and events that support and promote educational success.
Read With Me!
The SCV Education Foundation believes literacy is fundamental for educational and life skills success. Our volunteers work directly with struggling readers to improve their literacy skills. Learn More
Bag of Books: In areas where students have no or low access to books outside school, this program allows students to take home a set of books each week to read on their own and with their families. Learn More
Each year the Education Foundation awards thousands of dollars in materials to local public school educators for classroom, school and district wide programs to enhance the educational experience for students and teachers. These funds pave the way for new programs and add support to existing programs in the areas that include language arts, science, technology, art, and music. Learn More
The SCV Education Foundation awards scholarships to Wm. S. Hart District graduating high school seniors who aspire to enter the education field. Eligibility: Graduates entering any college as a full time student in pursuit of a four-year degree in education are eligible. This includes students who plan to attend a community college first. Learn More
Ann Unger donated 2014-08-05 13:31:00 -0700
Visions to create, dreams that come true. So little time, so much to do. A long story. Once upon a time................