It is an honor and a privilege to serve alongside a quality team of educators who are united in their passion for El Segundo Unified School District’s mission: To provide students and the community with an optimal learning environment that prepares educated, productive, compassionate citizens to meet the challenges of a global society in the 21 st Century. Click headline for more.
Rachael Wang and Kristine Shen of El Segundo High School were two of the five students selected by Northrop Grumman from a talented pool of applicants from across the country to receive the Paul Marchisotto Scholarship this year. The annual scholarship awards $1,500 to each winner and honors the late vice president who worked for Northrop Grumman for 20 years before he passed away in 2006.
At the El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) Board of Education meeting on August 8, 2017, the Board appointed Dr. Melissa Gooden as the new principal for El Segundo Middle School. Click headline for more.
At the El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) Board of Education meeting on July 11, 2017, the Board appointed Grace Long as the new assistant principal for Center Street Elementary School.
Long joins ESUSD after a 16-year tenure at the Lawndale Elementary School District as an elementary school and middle school teacher. Click headline for more.
At the El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) Board of Education meeting on June 13th, the Board appointed Dr. Jennifer Tedford as the new Principal of El Segundo High School. Dr. Dylan Farris reported the hiring process included paper screening to identify highly qualified candidates, two rounds of comprehensive interviews with panels reflective of all stakeholders, a finalist interview, a comprehensive reference check, and a validation visit to Dr. Tedford’s current school district. For the validation visit, an ESUSD team met with close to 38 individuals who shared firsthand the significant positive impact Dr. Tedford directly had on the lives of students, faculty, parents, and the community-at-large. In the end, Dr. Jennifer Tedford was unequivocally the best selection to lead El Segundo High School. Click headline for more.