I am the principal of the Camino Nuevo Kayne Siart Campus. I began my career here as a third grade teacher and taught for six years before becoming the school’s assistant principal of instruction in 2014. I am proud of our school and what we have accomplished together.
Since opening in 2010, our school has won many awards for improving educational outcomes for children in Koreatown, MacArthur Park, and other surrounding neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The list of awards includes the Grazer Outstanding Achievement in Learning (GOAL) Award, the California Association of Bilingual Education Seal of Excellence Award, the Bright Spot Award from the White House. These honors reflect our commitment to educating a diverse population, particularly English language learners and students with special needs.
As we embark on new school year, I remain committed to raising student achievement and strengthening our community. I encourage our families to volunteer and participate in leadership and advocacy opportunities offered through our school. Together we will achieve our goal of getting our children to be strong critical thinkers, problem solvers, and agents of social change who are College-Ready, College-Bound.
If you would like more information, please call us or visit our main office. I also would love to hear your ideas for how we can strengthen our partnership and make this school year one of the best.