Del Mar Union School District hires Vivian Firestone as new principal of Sage Canyon Elementary School

The Del Mar Union School District recently announced the selection of Vivian Firestone as the new principal for Sage Canyon School.

Firestone has been a principal for seven years in the Vista Unified School District.  Prior to serving as a principal, she was a classroom teacher, literacy coach, and dean of students in Vista.

Firestone is known as a highly-involved, student-focused principal who works closely with her teachers, staff, and families to make school a wonderful experience for each child.  Education has always been an important part of her family.  Her husband, Stan, is a teacher in Vista Unified and her daughter is a senior in high school.

Firestone said she is very excited to meet the Sage Canyon children and families, and she is eager to begin working with the excellent team at the school.  She will begin her new assignment as principal at Sage Canyon on Monday, Sept. 9.

Related posts:

  1. Sage Canyon principal to become new principal at Sycamore Ridge School in Carmel Valley
  2. Carmel Valley principal selected for new district role
  3. New principal of Solana Pacific School announced by Solana Beach School District
  4. Del Mar Union School District board selects new superintendent
  5. Principal Brett Killeen leaving Torrey Pines High School in Carmel Valley

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