- Dr. Schibler's Education
- Dr. Schibler as a Teacher
- Dr. Schibler as an Administrator
- Dr. Schibler's Beliefs
- Dr. Schibler on a Personal Level
I was raised in Encinitas, California with a family vested in Education. I attended California State University Chico for my undergraduate work and graduated with a degree in psychology and a minor in philosophy. After completing my undergraduate degrees, I continued my graduate work and received a clear multiple subject teaching credential and CLAD (Clear Cross-cultural Language and Academic Development) Certification through National University. Later I went on to complete a Masters in Educational Administration, and more recently a doctoral degree through the University of La Verne in Organizational Leadership.
My teaching experiences began in Del Mar, California at the Winston School for Dyslexia and students with disabilities. It was here that I taught a fifth, sixth, seventh grade combination classroom of children. This experience in Special Education would serve me well in my future role as an administrator. Following this teaching assignment I moved to Huntington Beach and taught for the Ocean View School District in grades 1, 2 and 4.
I took my first administrative job at Harbor View Elementary School as Assistant Principal. I was promoted the following year to principal of Dr. Ralph E. Hawes Elementary School in the Huntington Beach City School District. I served as principal there for four years. I then moved to Southern Orange County and made a lateral move as principal to the Saddleback Valley Unified School District. I served five years at Cielo Vista Elementary, followed by a year at Olivewood, and am currently very pleased to be serving at San Joaquin.
As principal, I believe in shared leadership and encourage staff members to take on leadership responsibilities in both large and small capacities. Through teacher collaboration and setting goals for student achievement, based on assessments and ongoing data collection, we are proud to serve a community of diverse learners.
It has always been my pleasure to work with children, and I believe in setting high expectations and accountability for staff, students, their parents and myself. My decisions are guided by ethics and putting “kids” first. There is nothing more rewarding than a motivated child who wants to grow and learn all they can to be successful contributing members of our society.
"I am pleased to serve as principal in the Saddleback Valley Unified School District and share information about me." -Dr. Schibler