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Principal's Message

Cimarron Elementary School Community - 

It is truly an honor to introduce myself as the newest member of the Cimarron Elementary community and your principal! I am beyond thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with you to educate every child who walks through our doors.

My passion for educating our youth has been present for as long as I can remember. I perviously serve the role of assistant principal of Mission Viejo Elementary. As an elementary educator and advocate, I believe every child is unique and that each individual has the potential to create a successful future and fulfill their dreams. Our job, as a community, is to ensure that we are providing experiences for every student to think, create, reflect, and persevere through failure. As we guide our young minds to success, I believe we must foster the desire to learn, through high standards and challenging learning experiences. Working collaboratively with our staff and parents, we will continue the excellence that makes Cimarron Elementary an amazing school for all children!

What you will quickly learn about me is that I thrive on working with others, always encouraging every individual to be their best self, all while having fun. Most days you will find me in classrooms where the action occurs or present throughout the building. I am a hands-on leader who works with staff to cultivate an environment that focuses on the whole child. As someone who thrives on spending time outside, I encourage students to explore the world beyond the classroom walls. It is vital that our children learn in various settings as well as have opportunities to give back to our community. It is through experiences both inside and outside of the classroom that our Cimarron students will be able to make deeper connections to the content, their peers and the world.​

This year I am looking forward to getting to know the deep traditions that run through our school. My job is to work with you, our stakeholders, to ensure that our students receive the highest quality education in order to guarantee they are prepared for middle school and beyond.

As partners in this journey to educate every individual, we must always remember our work is not easy but together we will foster the best learning environment for all Cimarron students. Please do not hesitate to reach out, introduce yourself and share why you are proud to be a member of our Cimarron Elementary School community!

 

Your partner in education,

Mandy Sheets

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