Head shot of Jason Krolikowsk.

CSUEB grad Jason Krolikowsk is the new principal of Foothill High School. (Photo: Pleasanton Weekly)

CSUEB grads hired as principals at two Pleasanton schools

  • June 26, 2013 5:00am

Two alumni of Cal State East Bay master's programs have been named principals of schools in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District.

The Pleasanton school district hired Jason Krolikowski, an assistant principal from the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, as Foothill High's new principal. He comes to Pleasanton with seven years of experience as an assistant principal in both San Ramon and Martinez, along with eight years as a high school teacher and department chair in both the San Francisco unified and West Contra Costa unified school districts. Krolikowski has a master of science and administrative credential from California State University,  East Bay.

Aileen Parsons was also approved by the Pleasanton school district as Pleasanton Middle School's new principal. She previously served as principal at Fallon Middle School in the Dublin Unified School District. Before becoming principal at Fallon, Parsons was vice principal for seven years at Pleasanton Middle School. She also taught science, health, and physical education at Harvest Park Middle School where she served as department chair. Parsons received a bachelor of arts degree in physiology, her teaching credential, and her master's degree in Educational Leadership from California State University, East Bay.

Congrats to both Jason and Aileen on their promotions!

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