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Josh Hill Appointed Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction Grades 6-12, K-8, Alternative Education

Board of Trustees Appoint Hill to Position at June 28 Meeting


SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA— The Capistrano Unified Board of Trustees appointed Joshua Hill to Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction grades 6-12, K-8, Alternative Education, effective July 1, 2017.


Throughout his 15 years in education, Hill has served in a variety of educational roles, beginning as a classroom teacher, assistant principal and principal of four high schools. Currently Hill is principal of Capistrano Valley High School, a role he has held since 2015.


“I am excited for the new opportunity to work with the middle and high school principals throughout our District and share the lessons I have learned and insights I have gained working at Capo Valley with them,” Hill said.


The Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction grades 6-12, K-8, Alternative Education, oversees all secondary education programs in the District. Major initiatives include fully implementing the professional learning community model District-wide, as well as reviewing District assessment processes to ensure schools have the data they need to be informed about the effectiveness of their instructional practices.


Besides supervising and directing all academic programs and operations of a large school site, Hill’s educational background includes directing certificated and classified human resources, special services and child welfare and attendance for a district as well as serving on district negotiations teams in collective bargaining meetings for certified, classified and teamsters employee unions.


“I will miss my Capistrano Valley High family. One of my first tasks in my new position will be to find and support an exceptional leader ready to step into the principalship of one of the best high schools in the District. I will take that task very seriously and look forward to continued visits to Capo as I work to support this transition. I am going forward into this role confident they have the tools they need to continue the great work they are doing,” Hill said.


The District will actively engage with the Capistrano Valley High School community to find their next school leader.




Posted by: Tania Cluttey, District Admin, Capistrano Unified School District Published:6/30/17
Audience: Elementary School News Group, High School News Group, K-8 Schools News Group and Middle School News Group

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