David Phelps, Principal at High School “FFF – Effective July 1, 2017
Throughout his career, David Phelps has held the following positions: Teacher at Siletz K-12 in Oregon (1979-1981); Teacher/Administrator for Berlin Schools (1981-1988); Teacher at Taft Middle School (1988-1992); Vice Principal at Taft K-8 (1992-1995); Principal at Taft Elementary (1995-2001); Principal at Taft Middle School (2001); Principal at Taft High School (2001-2006); Assistant Principal at South Salem High School (2006); Principal at South Salem High School (2007-2014); Superintenden-Administrator for Nestucca Valley School District (2014-2017). He received his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Idaho State University. He has earned two master’s degree: one in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Wisconsin/OshKosh and a second one in Educational Administration from Lewis and Clark College.
Rachel Rosenbaum, Assistant Principal at Central Avenue Elementary – Effective June 19, 2017
Throughout her career, Rachel Rosenbaum has held the following positions: Teacher at Partin Settlement Elementary (2006-2013); Literacy Coach at Poinciana Academy of Fine Arts (2013-2014); and Literacy Coach at Highlands Elementary (2014-present). She received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida.
Beth Telemko, Assistant Principal at Sunrise Elementary – Effective June 19, 2017
Throughout her career, Beth Telemko has held the following positions: Teacher at Mill Creek Elementary, Michigan Avenue Elementary, and Hickory Tree Elementary (1992-2012); Literacy Coach at St. Cloud Elementary (2012-2015); District Resource Teacher (2015-2016); Instructional Framework Coach in Professional Development (2016-2017); and Resource Teacher on Assignment at Sunrise Elementary (2017-present). She received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Bloomsburg University and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from American College of Education.