Meet the Administrators

Kevin Marie McKeown Frost

 

Born and raised in the San Fernando Valley

Attended CSUN for BA in English Literature

                                   Joined Alpha Omicrom Pi Sorority

Attended National University for Single Subject Teaching Credential

Attended CSLB for California Writing Project Fellowship

Attended CSUN for Masters of Educational Leadership and Policies Studies

                                   Administrative Services Credential

Worked for LAUSD since 1987: Bilingual TA, English Teacher, Magnet Coordinator, AP

 

Location: Health Office

Depts:  ELA, ELD, and PE

SLC: Magnet

 

Duties/Oversight

ELD and ELAC

After School Programs:  Athletics, Cheer, Band, Educare, Civic Center Permits

Community Partnerships

Student Store

ASB/Leadership: Clubs, Organizations, and Assemblies

House of Representatives

Booster CLub

Senior Class

Graduation

Transportation: Field Trips

New Magnet Plan

 

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Karen Williams

I earned my M.A. degrees in both Special Education and Education Leadership and Policy Studies at California State University, Northridge. I have worked for more than 20 years in the field of education as a Special Education Teacher, Counselor and Coordinator. I have been in the position of Assistant Principal since 2006, where I work to all students and families.  I have two children who have graduated from LAUSD high schools.

 

I came became part of the Sylmar Family in Fall of 2016.  I serve as the Assistant Principal for the Leadership, Arts and Media Academy as well as oversee the Social Science Department.  My responsibilities include student discipline and school wide positive behavior support, Counseling Office and College Center, Uniform and Title IX Complaints.  I hold month School Safety and School wide Positive Behavior Support Committee meetings that focus on providing a safe campus.  See monthly school calendar for dates and times.  All are welcome to attend!

 

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Victor Rodriguez

 

All children can learn. This summarizes my educational philosophy, and everything I do is a reflection of this simple and powerful statement.  I am passionate about education and dedicated to providing opportunities for students to experience success.

 

I am delighted to serve as the Assistant Principal for the School of Business, Technology and Design, as well as the Science and World Languages Departments.  My primary responsibilities include the Attendance Office, the School Calendar, the Weekly Bulletin, our school's facilities, our school's cafeteria, our construction projects, our emergency drills, our technology program, our testing programs, and this web site. My office is located in the Dean's Office, and my email is vrodrigu@lausd.net. I have an open door policy, so you are welcome to stop by at any time.

 

I have been privileged to serve the students and staff of the Los Angeles Unified School District since 1987. I taught Biology at Abraham Lincoln High School for five years, and then came to Sylmar High School in 1992. From that point until 2006, I was honored to serve the Spartan Family as a teacher, a counselor, and an Assistant Principal. I then served as an Assistant Principal at Robert Fulton College Preparatory School for seven years, before returning home to the Sylmar Family. I am excited about my return to this wonderful school!

 

I earned my degree in Biology at UCLA, and my Master's degree in Educational Administration from Cal State-Dominguez Hills.  I completed further graduate work in Educational Psychology at Cal State-Northridge. In my passion for improving our school, I am committed to cultivating a positive school milieu based on responsibility, respect, and academic readiness.  It is my mission to promote the understanding that every student counts, in an effort to ensure that each student has the support of caring adults. 

 

I look forward to working with the Sylmar Family to ensure that, as a Community of Learners, we continue to pursue excellence! Go, Spartans!