In an email letter to staff and community members, superintendent Thursday announced the resignation of principal Jennifer Kollmann.
Orta-Camilleri said Kollmann will step down as principal to become the district's director of educational services.
"At the end of last school year we determined a need to expand our District level support team to ensure that we would continue to provide leadership and support to our teachers, support staff, and site administrators in the area of curriculum, instruction, student services, enrollment, and personnel," said Orta-Camilleri's written statement.
During her four-year tenure as principal, Jennifer Kollmann has been credited by district administrators for increasing the school's API scores, integrating technology into all facets of the school, and expanding electives.
Kollmann's appointment will result in a realignment of district support staff, namely, Dr. Suzanne Roy, who serves as assistant superintendent of educational services and personnel, will shift her emphasis to personnel, and will now support the transition of the new director of educational services (Kollmann).
According to Orta-Camilleri, the new team of Kollmann and Roy will work on the multiple facets of educational services, such as curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Assistant principal, Donna Sims will become interim principal, and dean of students, Matt Pavao, will become interim assistant principal.
These personnel changes will be effective Feb. 1.