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Los Alamos High School principal Sandra Warnock announced her intent to retire at the end of the school year during a Wednesday meeting with her staff.
Shortly after the meeting, School Board President Jim Hall stated, “I am grateful for Ms. Warnock’s long service to the district. I will personally miss working with her.”
Warnock is completing a 30-year career with Los Alamos Public Schools that began in 1984 as a special education teacher at the high school.
Warnock served in that capacity for 22 years before accepting a position as an assistant principal at the high school. Warnock served as high school principal for the past four and a half years.
Warnock said there were many aspects she loved about being principal, but it was the people she worked with she loved about it the most.
“It was the people part of the job that I liked the most, as well the challenge of trying to make things better in the area of student achievement,” she said.
Sherry Anderson, Math department chair, said “I think that Sandy has been a great principal. She has always tried to do what is best for the students and staff while being fair to everyone.”
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