Mr. Robert Waggoner

Phone: (805) 482-9894

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Degrees and Certifications:

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership, California State University Channel Islands, 2009 Master of Education, University of California Santa Barbara, 2001 Bachelor of Arts, Humboldt State University, 2000 Associate of Arts, Moorpark College, 1998 Administrative Services Credential California Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Supplementary Authorization English Language Arts Cross-cultural, Language, and Academic Development (CLAD) Certificate Technology Certification Level I and Level II, CTAP Region 8

Mr. Robert Waggoner

Robert Waggoner was born in Nuremberg, Germany and raised in Camarillo, California. He is a product of the Pleasant Valley School District and attended Valle Lindo, Monte Vista, and Rio Mesa High School.
 
His education includes a Master of Education Degree from University of California Santa Barbara and Master of Arts Degree in Educational Leadership from California State University Channel Islands.

As a classroom teacher, beginning in 2001, he taught at Valle Lindo, El Descanso and Rancho Rosal. Additionally, he has held various leadership positions including PVSD GATE and Intervention Resource, PVSD GATE Coordinator, and Assistant Principal of Las Colinas Middle School. He became Principal of Tierra Linda Elementary School following the 2011-2012 school year.

He has served on the Board of Directors of the Camarillo Ranch Foundation and Board of Directors of the California Association for the Gifted. His wife Michele is a teacher at Mesa Union School in Somis, California and they have two children.

 

Awards

Outstanding Administrator, Tierra Linda PTA, 12th District Parent Teacher Organization, 2018

Educator of the Year, Camarillo Chamber of Commerce - Top 10 Community Awards, 2009

Educator of the Year, Noontime Optimist Club of Camarillo, 2009 

Favorite Teacher Award, State of California, National Federation Republican Women 2009 

Impact II Team Award, Ventura County Office of Education, 2008