New principal selected for Earl Warren Middle School in Solana Beach

The San Dieguito Union High School District Board of Trustees and Superintendent Rick Schmitt recently announced that Adam Camacho has been selected as the principal of  Earl Warren Middle School. Camacho will replace Mary Anne Nuskin, who was named principal of the new middle school in Pacific Highlands Ranch, which opens in the fall of 2015.

Since 2000, Camacho has served in various positions in the district, including counselor at both La Costa Canyon High School and Earl Warren Middle School and, most recently, assistant principal at Carmel Valley Middle School since 2010.

Camacho holds a counseling credential and administrative services credential. Adam  began his career with a degree in criminal justice administration serving in law enforcement and then earned his master’s degree in counseling. He believes his counseling background and administrative experiences have prepared him well to lead Earl Warren Middle School.

Camacho will assume his new position as of July 1, 2014.

Camacho wrote the following to the Earl Warren Middle School parents recently: “I return to Earl Warren after serving as counselor at Earl Warren Middle School and La Costa  Canyon High School, most recently serving as Assistant Principal at Carmel Valley Middle  School. I’ve truly enjoyed my 14 years of experience as an educator in our distinguished  district and I eagerly look forward to again being a part of the close-knit and dedicated school  community at EWMS.”

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  3. New principal selected for Solana Pacific School in Carmel Valley
  4. Local high school students talk with Earl Warren middle schoolers in Solana Beach about positive influences
  5. New principal selected for Canyon Crest Academy in Carmel Valley

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