Todd Voulemen joins Huntington Beach High as Vice Principal

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Huntington Beach High School bolstered its administrative team this week, as the school welcomed on board Todd Voulemenous as its new vice principal.

Voulemenous’ hiring was announced Tuesday by Huntington Beach Union High School District officials. He comes to campus with 22 years of education experience which has seen him work at the elementary, middle and high school levels.

“I cannot express how excited I am to work at Huntington Beach High School,” Voulemenous said in a statement. “The staff and administration team are amazing and made me feel like family right from the start. I look forward to getting to know the whole school community and having a great year and my career as an Oiler. »

In her new role, Voulemenous will focus on academic support and student and staff welfare issues.

Voulemenous, who holds a master’s degree in educational technology and instructional leadership, as well as a bachelor’s degree in business administration, was an air traffic controller while serving in the United States Navy.

Huntington Beach adds an administrator who has been recognized as a national trainer for incoming teachers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEAM) subjects in the western United States.

Voulemenous was the director of technology at Servite High School. At Yorba Middle School in Orange, he helped build a pair of STEAM labs. While at McPherson Magnet School in Orange, he was named Site Leader of the Year by the Orange County branch of Computer Using Educators (CUE).

“What a find in Todd,” Huntington Beach manager Daniel Morris said in a press release announcing Voulemenous’ hiring. “He is an experienced education leader with a strong background in education and the private sector. He is a proven, child-centered administrator and will fit perfectly with our goals of student success and well-being on campus. We look forward to him wearing the orange and black.

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