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Snowline Joint Unified School District
The Snowline Joint Unified School District Board of Trustees, by a unanimous vote, approved the appointment of Dr. Ryan Holman to become Superintendent of Snowline, effective July 1, 2016. Over his 22-year career in Snowline, Dr. Holman began as a middle school math teacher and assistant principal, before assuming the role of Principal at Phelan Elementary School in 2001, and then serving as the inaugural Principal at Vista Verde Elementary School when it opened in 2005. In 2009, Dr. Holman was appointed as Assistant Superintendent, Student Learning and Support Services, and then elevated to Deputy Superintendent in 2013.
In addition to serving in Snowline for his entire educational career, Dr. Holman is a graduate of Snowline’s Serrano High School in Phelan. Additionally, Dr. Holman’s wife, Kathleen, is a teacher in Snowline and his three children attend Snowline schools.
Having directed Snowline’s efforts in making the transformation to California’s newly adopted content standards in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science, Dr. Holman is well-positioned to continue leading the focus on student achievement that has long established Snowline as the highest achieving school district in the High Desert and among the highest achieving districts in San Bernardino County.
Dr. Holman succeeds current Superintendent Luke Ontiveros, who has accepted the position of Superintendent in the Santa Maria-Bonita School District in Santa Barbara County, effective July 1, 2016.
Mountaineer Progress Snowline Schools Article
Here is a map representing new boundaries for the 2016-2017 school year. This map has layers to help you view the separate elementary, middle, and high school boundaries.