Ramona Elementary Principal Phyllis Munoz to retire at end of school year

Wednesday, April 10—Ramona Elementary Principal Phyllis Munoz will retire at the end of the school year, Superintendent Robert Graeff announced today.

Ramona Elementary Principal Phyllis Munoz talks with students after the announcement last year the school had received a California Title 1 Academic Achievement Award. Sentinel file photo

During her nine years as Ramona Elementary principal, Munoz’s leadership “has helped transform the school to an institution fully devoted to student success—evidenced by a soaring API score and the school’s most recent California Title 1 Academic Achievement Award,” Graeff said in his announcement.

“Through a close relationship with California State University at San Marcos and San Marcos Elementary School, RE adopted several methodologies unique to our school district, including GLAD (Guided Language Acquisition Design), Fetzer writing, Team Time, and more,” he said.

A recent highlight for Munoz is her award last year as the Association of California School Administrators Elementary Principal of the Year for all of San Diego County and Imperial County, “a source of pride for the entire school district,” Graeff added, encouraging district employees to “wish her well as she moves on the next adventure in her life.”

Related posts:

  1. Ramona Elementary principal earns regional award
  2. State honors Ramona Elementary as a Title 1 Academic Achievement School
  3. Barnett Elementary earns state Distinguished School honor
  4. Ramona Elementary celebrates on Fired Up Friday
  5. Pauline Leavitt to replace Linda Solis as Ramona middle school principal

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Posted by Maureen Robertson on Apr 10 2013. Filed under Featured Story, News, Ramona, Schools. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

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