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AHS Administration

Principal (Interim): Megan Barrington

Oversight of the following staff departments:

  • Health
  • Special Education
  • Campus Supervisors
  • Clerical
  • Custodial

Other responsibilities:

  • Athletic Program
  • Calendar
  • Campus Supervision
  • Community relations – PTSA, Boosters, business partnerships, newsletter
  • Facility use and maintenance
  • Field trips
  • Financial oversight and records
  • Policies and procedures
  • School Loop
  • Site Council
  • Staff development
  • Technology on campus

Contact:

  • Phone: (510) 796-1776, ext. 57210
  • Email: mbarrington@fusdk12.net

Assistant Principal: Jason Cain

Administrator for Grade 9:

  • 12th grade class activities
  • Attendance
  • 504 Plans and IEPs
  • Discipline
  • Independent Study
  • SSTs

Oversight of the following staff departments:

  • Counseling
  • Library
  • Social Studies
  • World Languages

Other responsibilities:

  • Activities / ASB
  • CAHSEE testing
  • Data Coordinator
  • Disaster Preparedness – Safety Plan and Emergency Drills
  • GATE
  • Cyber High

Contact:

Assistant Principal: LISA DIACONIS

Administrator for Grade 11:

  • 10th and 9th (A-L) grade class activities
  • Attendance
  • 504 Plans and IEPs
  • Discipline
  • Independent Study
  • SSTs

Oversight of the following staff departments:

  • Counselors
  • English / EL
  • Visual and Performing Arts

Other responsibilities:

  • BTSA / New Teacher Support
  • Course catalog
  • Registration and scheduling
  • SBAC testing
  • PSAT Information

Contact:

Assistant Principal: Rob Reibenschuh

Canuck Rub
Administrator for Grade 12

  • Grade 12 grade class activities
  • Attendance
  • 504 Plans and IEPs
  • Discipline
  • Independent Study
  • SSTs

Oversight of the following staff departments:

  • Math
  • Science
  • Technology

Other responsibilities:

  • AP Testing
  • Ohlone College Connection
  • Ohlone Concurrent Enrollment Program

Contact:

 

I became a teacher and then an administrator because I wanted to give back to the community. As a student, I had teachers who treated us with dignity, as individuals, and who challenged us to think through problems, both critically and creatively. These teachers provided the freedom for us to make mistakes and to learn from them. These are the qualities I wanted to emulate and perfect - treating young adults with dignity and respect, accepting their own uniqueness, and challenging them to think broadly, to make their world a better place. I still continue to make mistakes, and encourage my own students to make mistakes as well - to learn from them and to be better people as a result.

Assistant Principal: Jennifer Watson-Bird

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