Three Utah educators named principals of the year

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The Utah Association of Secondary School Principals named its three principals of 2019.

The principals of Ogden High School, Washington School District’s Lava Ridge Intermediate School and the assistant principal of Cache School District’s Green Canyon High School, were named in a ceremony today in St. George.

Luke Rasmussen, principal at Ogden High School, began his education career as a Youth in Care instructor in the Davis School District. He worked as both a physical education teacher and an administrator at Northridge High School in Layton before being named principal at Ogden High in 2016.

Kaylyn Gubler, principal at Lava Ridge Intermediate School, began her career a second-grade teacher at St. George’s East Elementary. She has also taught at Dixie State College. She was named Lava Ridge principal in 2008.

Shane Jones, assistant principal at Green Canyon High School,  began his education career as a counselor at Kimberly High School in Idaho. He has also worked as a teacher, coach, athletic director and assistant principal at Skyview High School before becoming assistant principal at Green Canyon.

All three educators were honored at an event held at the Dixie Convention Center in St. George.

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