LIVERMORE -- The Livermore school district has announced the appointments of an assistant director of special education, a principal and three vice principals. They take their new roles July 1.
Vicki Phillips, vice principal at Junction K-8 School for the past five years, will become the district's assistant director of special education. Phillips has worked for the district for 10 years and has a master's degree in educational leadership from Saint Mary's College. She will be replaced at Junction Avenue by Dayna Taylor, who has served the past two years as an assistant principal at California High School in San Ramon.
P.J. Daley, a vice principal at Granada High School for three years, will take over as principal at Altamont Creek Elementary School, replacing Stephan Bering, who will be relocating to Southern California. Beth Cutter, currently at Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, will step in for Daley at Granada. And, Erik Taylor, who has been a teacher on special assignment in the district office, will become Christensen Middle School's vice principal, replacing James Yeager, who has accepted a similar position in Lafayette.