It's a dirty job, but someone's got to do it!
(2005 school rally, involving Fear Factor ingredients)
George
George spent most of his childhood in Barstow, California. He attended UCLA, eventually earning his B.A. in Art.

After several months of substitute teaching, he was picked up by Long Beach's Washington Middle School. George served five years as a humanities teacher and then in Washington's computer labs. He then became a technology instructor at Cubberley K-8 School.

He completed a master's degree in administration at CSUDH and has served in multiple administrative roles for Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District, including Assistant Principal at Antelope Crossing Middle School, Silverado Middle School, Coyote Ridge Elementary School, and Principal of Creekview Ranch Middle School.

Creekview Ranch Middle School

George became principal of Dry Creek's newest middle school in 2007. With Creekview Ranch opening its doors August 2008, the tasks of opening a new site and program with everyday school management responsibilities kept life busy and exciting.

Jaden had an opportunity to visit the construction site in August 2007.
The multipurpose room/gym has become the center attraction of Creekview Ranch Middle School.
The 28-acre facility now boasts Gold LEED certification, digital classrooms, and an all-weather track.
The experience was incredible, as something that started as just a design and a proposal became reality. Being able to create the gym floor and bleacher artwork was just one of the many unique opportunities for George.