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When the school bell rings in August, one former kindergartener becomes the principal at Mountain Elementary.
LAPS teacher and former Piñon Panther, Jennifer Guy has risen through the ranks and will take the reins at Mountain’s top spot.
Guy takes the position after teaching 24 years in a variety of grade levels, K through eighth, and in a great deal of learning situations.
“I have been extensively involved with mentoring programs for teachers across the state,” said Guy. “I have worked with teachers and leaders from around the state and across the country on Common Core standards and student assessments.”
Last year, she had the opportunity to work as an administrative intern, under the tutelage of Piñon Elementary Principal, Jill Gonzales, which Guy describes as “wonderful.”
Guy also comes to the playground with a Master’s degree in Pedagogy and Learning, licenses and endorsements in Teaching English as a Second Language and Early Childhood education and completed the back to school list, by recently earning her administrative certification from Eastern New Mexico University.
Guy had been teaching kindergarten at Piñon for the past eight years and loves the joy they bring to learning, which she brings as well.
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