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Welcome Ms. Jennifer Wildman

The Mammoth Unified School District Board of Trustees would like to thank Superintendent Lois Klein for her superb leadership of our schools during the past six years. To our deepest regret, Ms. Klein recently announced her retirement. She is leading the District through June 30, 2019 and will be greatly missed.

The Board is pleased to invite all staff, students, parents, and community stakeholders to its regularly scheduled board meeting on May 2 at 6pm in Mammoth High School’s Multi-Purpose Room for the appointing of our new District Superintendent, Jennifer Wildman. Ms. Wildman will begin leading the District on July 1, 2019

Jennifer began her career in education 1985 as a teacher’s aide. She then became a general and special education teacher, instructional coach, assistant principal, and principal in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District for 20 years. She moved on to become the Curriculum Director in Santa Cruz City Schools. For the past two years, she has been the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services in Hollister School District. As Assistant Superintendent, she supports teachers and principals in all areas of curriculum and instruction, including professional development, student services, educational technology, special education assessment, Migrant Education and services for English Learners. She has worked in a variety of school settings, including bilingual programs and instruction from preschool to adults.

Jennifer has a Masters in Special Education and multiple teaching credentials, including a Reading Specialist and Preschool Site Supervisor certificate. As a lifelong learner, she is currently a doctoral candidate in Organizational Leadership at Brandman University, part of the Chapman University system.

She is the mother of two amazing young artists: her son, Caleb will be graduating from California Institute of the Arts with a degree in Lighting Design this May, and her daughter will graduate next year with a degree in Music Education from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey. Jennifer and her partner, Steph, are in the process of buying a house in Mammoth Lakes and plan to move here in mid-June.

She is very excited to be the new superintendent of Mammoth Unified School District. Besides being attracted to this beautiful location, she is inspired by Mammoth Unified’s reputation for being a small district doing great things. She is eager to become part of the Mammoth USD family, and to get to know students, teachers, staff, parents and
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