Our New Assistant Principal

Lidia Teruel-Albert, Asst. Principal Cali Calmecac Language AcademyPRESS RELEASE
WUSD Board Approves Appointment of Lidia Teruel-Albert as the New Assistant Principal of Cali Calmécac Language Academy
During a Meeting of the Windsor Unified School District on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, the School Board approved the appointment of Lidia Teruel-Albert as the new Assistant Principal of Cali Calmécac Language Academy.Teruel-Albert will be stepping into the role currently served by Sharon Ferrer who has been appointed as CCLA’s new Principal, following the retirement of Jeanne Acuña.
Lidia Teruel-Albert is new to the Windsor Unified School District as an administrator, but very familiar as a parent and community member. Teruel-Albert is passionate about CCLA’s dual immersion program and, as an immigrant from Spain and a World Languages Teacher (English, Spanish, German and Valenciano), places high value in multilingualism and multiculturalism.
Teruel-Albert moved to California with her family two years ago and became one of the Assistant Principals at Montgomery High School. Her administrative team speaks highly of her strengths and will miss her greatly, but her principal, whose children also attended CCLA said it is the absolute perfect position for her. Prior to becoming an Administrator, Teruel-Albert was a World Language Department Chair and Spanish Instructor in Texas, and prior to that she taught English, Spanish and German in Texas, in Vermont at the University level and in Vienna, Austria. She has also mentored new teachers, presented staff development and written curriculum. Her Bachelor of Arts degree is in Modern Languages from Universitat Jaume I, in Castellón de la Plana, Spain. Her Master of Education degree is in Instructional Leadership, School Administration and Supervision is from the University of Houston in Texas.
Please join WUSD in welcoming Lidia Teruel-Albert to her new role beginning with the 2018-19 school year.