Lois Klein began her tenure as Superintendent of the Mammoth Unified School District on July 1, 2013. She came to the District well prepared with extensive experience in education. Lois earned her B. A. in Psychology from Augsburg College in Minneapolis, her teaching credential from Cal Poly Pomona, her M. A. in Educational Administration from California State Los Angeles, and completed her course work for an Ed.D. at University of Laverne.
Lois has worked in education for over 25 years. She began her career in the Rowland Unified School District where she taught grades 2, 3, 4 and 8 and served as a mentor teacher. In 1996, Lois became Assistant Principal at Ramona Middle School in La Verne and about two years later became Principal. After almost five years at the school site, Lois went on to be Director of Curriculum and Assessment and later Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services for five years before coming to Mammoth Unified School District.
Lois and her family had been coming to the Mammoth area for many years for family vacations. She currently resides in Crowley Lake with her husband, Chris. Their two children Carl and Anne live in Washington and Wisconsin. They also have one grandchild, Drake who also lives in Wisconsin. Lois enjoys hiking, backpacking, skiing, and spending time with her husband and family.