Jennifer Moore Accepts New Assignment as Coronado High School Principal for 2013-2014

After much consideration for her family and her own personal goals, Jennifer Moore has accepted the assignment as Principal of Coronado High School beginning July 1, 2013. Jenny, a graduate of CHS and currently CHS Assistant Principal for the past 8 years, is excited for the opportunity and looks forward to the challenge.

This change was necessitated by the departure of Karl Mueller, current CHS Principal. Karl accepted the position of Principal at Canyon Crest Academy in the San Dieguito UHSD. 

Below is Jenny’s letter today to the staff of CHS…

 

It is with enthusiasm and tremendous affection for my alma mater that I assume the role of principal of Coronado High School, where I will work to continue a tradition of excellence and opportunities for our students.  I am proud of Coronado High School’s dedicated and inspiring staff, talented and engaged students, and generous and involved families and community members. 

I look forward to continued collaboration with Shane Schmeichel, assistant principal and director of CoSA, and our staff and district leadership in sustaining a school community where students are supported in building confidence and pursuing their passions.  I am grateful to Dr. Felix for this opportunity to serve CHS, my family for their encouragement and support in this transition, and to my predecessor Karl Mueller, for his mentorship, friendship, and model of ethical leadership.

Go Islanders! 

Jenny Moore

Related: Principal Karl Mueller Leaving Coronado High School for San Dieguit...

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Comment by Dana S. Chisholm on June 12, 2013 at 7:13pm

Yeah! We are soooo excited about this!!! Nathan (my son) is the Senior Class President this year and we have been waiting to hear the good news that she accepted! It's going to be a fabulous year!!!  The kids have already been fundraising around town - we are so excited! Congratulations, Mrs. (Jenny) Moore!

Dana :-)


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Comment by Kellee Hearther on June 12, 2013 at 8:01pm

Congratulations Mrs. Moore!  We are so excited to have you step in to the principal position.  You are going to be awesome.  :)

Comment by Mayor Casey Tanaka on June 12, 2013 at 8:50pm

Congrats Jenny!! You're the right person for the job :-)

Comment by Brian Smith on June 12, 2013 at 8:56pm

Congratulations Mrs. Moore.  Look forward to your leadership.


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Comment by Anne Covington Morse on June 13, 2013 at 12:17am

Congratulations Mrs. Moore!! You will be a wonderful principal! I have very fond memories of my time in your Creative Writing class. You inspired me to become a writer - Thank you!! :)

Comment by Kelley Kraft Casey on June 14, 2013 at 5:02pm

Awesome news.  So excited for you and CHS, Jenny.

Comment by Surf's Up Studios Coronado on June 17, 2013 at 7:57am

Congratulations Jenny - this is wonderful news!

Comment by Stephen Knuth on June 17, 2013 at 12:46pm

Even though I live in Jacksonville, FL, I always am a CHS Graduate. I have shared with my wife stories of how Mrs. Moore impacted me as a teacher at Coronado. She was one of has left such an impact on me to this day and inspired me to take knowledge in books, her leadership has helped lead me to understand how to lead my team today in my corporation.  I'm so excited for you Mrs. Moore.. You are iconic and what an amazing role you will fill as being a graduate of CHS and now the leader for CHS. Congratulations! 

Comment by Doug Metz on June 17, 2013 at 4:04pm

Congratulations, Jenny.  A well-deserved recognition not only of your stellar contributions to CHS and our community but of high confidence in your capacity to take us to greater heights.       Doug

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