MMTC Hosts Schools Night Oct 3 Featuring Principals of K-12 Mira Mesa Cluster Schools
By Pam Stevens
Find out more about our local schools in Mira Mesa October 3!
The Mira Mesa Town Council is continuing its tradition of hosting a “Schools Night” featuring principals of K-12 schools in Mira Mesa as the main program at its October meeting. The meeting is scheduled to take place Monday, October 3, 2022, at 7pm, at the Mira Mesa Branch Library community meeting room, 8405 New Salem St., San Diego CA 92126. The public is invited!
All 10 principals in the Mira Mesa Cluster of Mira Mesa High and its feeder schools are being invited, and many of the principals who have served at their schools previously make participating an annual tradition on their calendars. MMTC presented the Mira Mesa Schools Night in 2020 and 2021 via Zoom. This year marks a return to an in-person community meeting as the main program at the October Mira Mesa Town Council meeting at the Mira Mesa Branch Library.
Principals of K-12 Mira Mesa schools include:
Darius Ashton, Ericson Elementary School
Lindsay Burningham, Sandburg Elementary School
Deidre Hardson, Jonas Salk Elementary School
Jesse Harrison, Mason Elementary School
James Lee, Hage Elementary School
Don Craig, Interim Principal, Hickman Elementary School
Regina Serbin, Walker Elementary School
Matthew Fallon, Wangenheim Middle School
Erik Sullivan, Challenger Middle School
Jeffrey Sabins, Mira Mesa High School
Tobie Pace, Hickman Elementary School principal for the past several years, has been appointed by the School Board to a position with the District as Instructional Support Officer, Extending Learning Opportunities. She will be missed at Hickman!
Ladonna Lambert, Good Shepherd Catholic School, and Tammy Peters, Christ the Cornerstone Lutheran School, principals of two longtime private schools in Mira Mesa, have also being invited to speak.
Each of the principals will speak for about 3-4 minutes, sharing “something special” about themselves, their schools, students and parents, as well as any upcoming special programs this school year.
San Diego Unified School District Board Member Sabrina Bazzo will also speak Oct, 3.
The Mira Mesa Town Council is Mira Mesa’s volunteer non-profit civic group which holds monthly “town hall” meetings about community issues and sponsors projects for the benefit of the Mira Mesa community. Meetings are open to the public. All Mira Mesa residents, local businesspeople, and non-profit groups active in Mira Mesa are encouraged to become Mira Mesa Town Council members and get involved with the community.