Highline Public Schools Superintendent Susan Enfield on Thursday (May 3) announced that Clint Sallee has been selected as co-principal of Highline High School.
Sallee will start July 1, and will partner with Tremain Holloway in the role of co-principal (read about Tremain here).
Here’s more info on Clint:
- He currently serves as assistant principal at Chief Sealth International High School in Seattle.
- He grew up in the Seattle area and graduated from Auburn Riverside High School.
- He earned a BA in American Studies from Reed College in Portland and a master’s degree in the history of education from Stanford University.
- Upon completing his master’s, Clint taught social studies and humanities in Baltimore before returning to Seattle.
Te district said in a statement that he “has strengths in several areas that emerged as priorities in staff, student and family feedback,” including:
- Experience, understanding of and willingness to addresses issues of race and equity head on.
- Ability to build school systems that include input from student and staff.
- Desire to partner with and engage in community relationships aimed at strengthening the school.
- Clint will partner with Tremain Holloway in the role of co-principal.
“We thank all who provided input in the co-principal selection process, by completing the online survey, participating in the community meeting or serving on the interview team,” Enfield said.