Posted on 05 December 2011.
The Mammoth Unified School recently announced that Mammoth High School Principal Gabe Solorio has been granted a short term medical leave to tackle some old skiing injuries.
Recently retired Mammoth High School Principal Mike Agnitch has been appointed to step in as Interim Principal until Solorio returns in late January.
In a statement, MUSD staff said Agnitch was considered best suited for this short term assignment, as he knows the staff and is familiar with the organizational structure of the school district.
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Posted on 15 April 2011.
Former Mammoth High School Principal Mike Agnitch (left) and current Principal Gabe Solorio congratulate each other on a job well done. Mammoth High School was awarded California Distinguished School status earlier this week. (Photo: Geisel)
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Posted on 11 March 2010.
Gabe Solorio (Photo: Geisel)
The Mammoth Unified School District Board of Education announced on Tuesday this week that it has appointed Gabe Solorio as the new Mammoth High School principal. Solorio has been serving as Mammoth Middle School Principal for the past four years. Prior to that he was an Assistant Principal at Pioneer Valley High School in Santa Maria, as well as a teacher at Templeton High School in Templeton, both in California.
In a statement to the media, the Board said that the selection was made “after a careful review of Mr. Solorio’s performance as Middle School principal and his prior experience as a high school administrator,” adding its collective assessment that Solorio “could provide the leadership necessary for the high school.”
The statement went on to praise Solorio, saying he “has demonstrated a very professional and positive relationship with the staff, students and parents at Mammoth Middle School … and earned the trust of the entire Mammoth Unified staff and the community of Mammoth Lakes. These positive relationships have helped to build morale and create a positive educational learning environment for all students.”
Solorio and current high school principal Mike Agnitch have worked together successfully in the past on many district programs, and will join forces once again in preparing for the transition of leadership within Mammoth High School. Agnitch is set to retire at the end of the school year. Solorio, meanwhile, said he plans to continue as MMS principal for the remainder of this school year, effectively taking over at MHS starting sometime in June. –Sheet Staff/Press Release
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