Angela Siso Stentz has been named the new assistant principal at Princeton High School.
Stentz has worked for the Princeton Public Schools district since 2000 and is currently the district supervisor of guidance for grades kindergarten through 12.
During her tenure with Princeton Public Schools, Stentz has worked as a special education teacher for math and Spanish, and was the supervisor of student activities at Princeton High School.
Stentz is a doctoral candidate in educational leadership and has a bachelor’s degree in science and Spanish, and a master’s degree in education.
School officials said that as the district’s supervisor of guidance, Stentz has been a valuable member of the high school leadership team and the broader Princeton Public Schools community, building
relationships with parents, students, community members, and colleagues across the district. Officials said she has built a strong foundation to work collaboratively to address issues or concerns that affect students.
“I know Angela will bring to her new position the same passion, care, and common sense that she has demonstrated in such abundance as our supervisor of guidance,” said Superintendent Steve Cochrane said.
Stentz will replace retiring Princeton High School Assistant Principal Lori Rotz in July.