Ridgefield School District hires new principal at View Ridge Middle School

The Reflector

The Ridgefield School District has employed Ian Mansfield because the new principal at View Ridge Middle School. 

Mansfield is at the moment the affiliate principal at Skyview High School. He will change present principal Tony Smith, who accepted a principal place with the Longview School District, acknowledged a information launch. 

At Skyview, Mansfield helped lead the particular schooling and English learners applications, oversaw the Associated Student Body and different golf equipment and actions. He additionally led multi-tiered methods of help applications at the varsity. 

Mansfield initially began as a particular schooling trainer at Alki Middle School in Vancouver, the place he taught from 2011 to 2015. He later labored because the local weather transformation optimistic conduct intervention specialist educational coach at Vancouver Public Schools.  From 2016 to 2019, Mansfield served as VPS’ particular companies supervisor and program administrator, the place he moderated the district’s disaster prevention coaching and compliance. 

“We are thrilled to have Ian becoming a member of the group right here at the Ridgefield School District,” acknowledged Ridgefield Superintendent Nathan McCann within the launch. “His expertise working with college students of various ages and ranging instructional wants makes him a fantastic match at View Ridge Middle School, and we look ahead to him persevering with the work of constructing a optimistic college tradition in our pursuit of being Washington’s premier college district.” 

According to the discharge, Mansfield has a bachelor’s diploma in psychology and a grasp’s of arts diploma in educating from Willamette University. He additionally earned his program constructing administrator certification from Seattle City University in 2016.

“I’m honored to be becoming a member of the View Ridge household,” Mansfield acknowledged within the launch. “I look ahead to constructing optimistic relationships with college students and their households, the View Ridge workers, and naturally, the broader Ridgefield group.”


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