From Misson Valley ROP:
FREMONT, CA — There has been quite a bit of change at Mission Valley ROP from the very beginning of the new school year. Just before teachers returned from their summer break to begin staff development training, Margie Trujillo, former MVROP Coordinator, stepped into her new role as MVROP Director of Educational Services. Margie has been a valued staff member of the MVROP family for nearly fifteen years and has excelled in various capacities to help MVROP effectively provide the highest career technical education (CTE) to the Tri-Cities. Her wealth of knowledge, experience, and innovative ideas helped MVROP to start the 2012-2013 school year smoothly and on a positive note. She is excited to collaborate with everyone in her new capacity and to continue taking CTE to new standards.
During last Thursday’s Mission Valley ROP Governing Council meeting, James Briano was hired as the new MVROP Coordinator, the position which was left vacant after Margie Trujillo assumed the role of Director of Educational Services.
MVROP Superintendent, Pete Murchison stated, “James will help MVROP highlight and expand the use of technology in career technical education. As an experienced teacher and instructional leader from Washington High School, James has gone above and beyond to prepare himself for this next step in education. He will undoubtedly be an asset to us as we design and facilitate the implementation of common core standards in career technical education.”
Now that all administrative positions have been filled with the best talent in education, Mission Valley ROP will continue taking its programs, staff, and students to new and exciting places with career technical education. Stay tuned.
About Mission Valley ROP
Mission Valley ROP (MVROP) is the regional occupational program for the Tri-City area. Established in 1969, MVROP has been instrumental in preparing students for successful business, medical, and technical careers. Through a partnership with Fremont, New Haven, and Newark Unified School Districts, Career Technical Education is provided to 4,000 students (high school and adult) each year. For the latest news and information about MVROP, visit us on the web at www.mvrop.org.