Country High Welcomes Ami Blackstone
Principal Mike Sullivan has decided to step down from his position as principal of Country High School (CHS) and take some personal time to tend to his health. We wish Mike the best as he takes some time to take care of himself.
Currently, substitute principal, Mark Dietrich, is filling in as principal and he will be at CHS for the rest of this week. We are grateful that a principal of Mike’s caliber is available to step in on such short notice. After the break, on February 27, Ami Blackstone will start as the Interim Principal of Country High School. Ami is currently an Assistant Principal at Fairmont Elementary and is very excited to act as principal of Country High School. Having been a teacher at Country High School for eleven years, Ami knows the program very well. She looks forward to working with the students and teachers to continue to make CHS a successful place for all students.
Country High School is a special place that provides great opportunities for students. They deserve the best education and support that Vacaville Unified School District can provide. I am confident that Ami Blackstone can lead the staff and students to success.
If you have any questions or concerns about the leadership at Country High School, please feel free to contact the Superintendent’s office at (707) 453-6101 or the Human Resources Department at (707) 453-6108.
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We, the staff, students and families of Country High School, are committed to graduating students with the skills necessary to thrive and be productive members of society. By providing a relevant, real world education with high expectations, students will become critical thinkers, effective communicators and positive problem solvers.