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San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Tel: 949.234.9427  Fax: 949.496.7681


October 29, 2015

MEDIA CONTACT: Ryan Burris Public Information Officer 949.234.9427


SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — The Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Sean McNamara to serve as Principal of Las Flores Middle School and Robert Miller to serve as Director of Personnel Services.

Most recently, McNamara served as an Assistant Principal at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo. Prior to his assistant principal role, McNamara served as Assistant Principal of Marco Forster Middle School, Activities Director at Tesoro High School, as well as a variety of administrative roles throughout CUSD.

Robert Miller has served CUSD as principal of Las Flores Middle School in Rancho Santa Margarita for the past three years and has over 21 years of experience in education. Prior to joining CUSD, Miller was principal at Vista View Middle School in the Ocean View School District in Huntington Beach.

“Sean has served CUSD for 14 years at the school site and district levels, working directly with students, staff members and families. He will be a great addition to our school site leadership team and the children and families of Las Flores Middle School,” stated Superintendent Kirsten Vital. “Robert is a seasoned administrator and brings both school site and administrative expertise to our Personnel Services Department,” she added.


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