Farewell Mrs. Micillo

Angelina Micillo A.I.R (administrator in residence)

Eduardo Rodriguez (A.I.R)

Angelina Micillo A.I.R (administrator in residence)

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






In the last couple days of October, Angelina Micillo left to work at Locke B Academy to work as an administrator in residence.

Eighth grade student, Alondra Gomez said,”I felt a difference in the school which is a good difference because I think she is happier now at the other school.” School principal, Sue Jean Foulkes said,”I’m sad, but at the same time I am happy for her because she can learn more about Green dot schools and how they work. Mrs. Micillo’s new role is administrator in  residence at Locke B Academy. She felt sad for leaving but, she was also very excited.”

Students were sad Micillo was leaving because they were hugging her and saying goodbye.In addition, she received gifts from teachers and administrators.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
1 Comment

One Response to “Farewell Mrs. Micillo”

  1. Angelina on August 10th, 2014 7:35 pm

    Aww this was very sweet. I was very sad to go but I am happy to be at Animo Ralph Bunche where I can see many of the bulldogs from last year!

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
  • Farewell Mrs. Micillo

    Academics

    Ethnic Studies Class Teaches Students to Become More Open-Minded

  • Farewell Mrs. Micillo

    Showcase

    SRLA prepares students to be physically and mentally ready for a marathon

  • Entertainment

    2018 trends in the U.S.

  • Showcase

    Soccer Game in Culver City

  • Around town

    Teachers Travel During Spring Break

  • Academics

    Summer Programs

  • 8th Grade Culmination!

    Culmination Expectations

  • Farewell Mrs. Micillo

    8th Grade Culmination!

    Culmination Requirements

  • Farewell Mrs. Micillo

    Entertainment

    Black Panther isn’t just good…

  • Farewell Mrs. Micillo

    Showcase

    Kids conquering the L.A Marathon

Navigate Right
Farewell Mrs. Micillo