New Stevens Assistant Principal Now on Board

New Stevens Assistant Principal Now on Board
Posted on 08/16/2016
Stevens Assistant Principal Port Angeles, Wash. – The Port Angeles School District Board of Directors approved the appointment of Miriam Ransom as the new Stevens Middle School assistant principal at its August 11, 2016 meeting. 

Ransom replaces Renee Lancaster who has accepted a position with the South Kitsap School District. 

“We are excited Miriam will join the Stevens staff and the school district administrative team,” Chuck Lisk, assistant superintendent, said. “She brings a strong background working with student leaders and will give continued good focus on helping all students make good choices.  Her skills will benefit the already strong program at Stevens Middle School.”

Ransom most recently served as the dean of students/activities coordinator for the Bremerton School District. Prior to this time, she was dean of students for Moses Lake School District.

Previously, Ransom taught science for Clover Park School District, Kent School District and Duval Public Schools.  While at Clover Park, she served as an administrative intern and was the diversity awareness coordinator.

Ransom received a Masters in Educational Administration from Grand Canyon University, a Bachelors degree from Union University in Tennessee (major-biology, minor-chemistry) and an Associate’s equivalent degree from the University of Washington-Tacoma.  

Ransom has a principal endorsement certificate, plus teaching certificates in chemistry, biology and elementary education.

For more information, contact:

Tina Smith-O'Hara
Communications and Community Relations Coordinator
Port Angeles School District