Meet Our Candidate for Elementary School Principal

We are pleased to introduce to you our Elementary Principal candidate, David Roller.

David Roller has been a fifth- and sixth- grade teacher at Randolph Elementary School for twenty-three years. Previously he was a first grade teacher at Dunlap Elementary School in Seattle for two years. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington. He has been the co-president of the Orange Southwest Education Association for seven years and is currently vice-president. David is a contributing member of the Orange Southwest School District’s Multi-tiered Systems of Supports leadership team. He is the coordinator of the annual OSSD 5K event and the developer of the after-school running program with participation in the Vermont City Marathon for the last 12 years. Lastly, he was the fifth- and sixth-grade teacher team leader for eight years. David brings a wealth of experience, both in education and human resource management to the table. David is a clear thinker, very forthright, and easy to work and communicate with.

If you are able, we would love you to come meet our candidate Thursday, July 6th. Faculty and staff will meet at 4 pm; and parents and community members at 5:00 in the Randolph Elementary cafeteria.

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