New principals at Shorecrest

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Lori Longo, Interim Principal, Shorecrest

Lori Longo is Shorecrest's interim principal.

Lori served as principal of Kellogg Middle School from 2001 to 2012. During that time the school saw increased test scores, established a set of building and classroom interventions to improve student learning, and was a nationally recognized leader in the implementation of technology in the classroom.

The Association of Washington Middle Level Principals honored her in 2010 as the Kingco North Regional Distinguished Principal of the Year. Kellogg received the Washington Achievement Award for overall excellence by the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Intel and Scholastic School of Distinction Award while Lori was principal.

Prior to coming to Shoreline, Lori was an assistant principal in the Lake Washington School District and a math and biology teacher at Juanita and Woodinville High Schools.

She replaces Pat Hagerty, who left at the end of the last contract year for a position as Director of Secondary Administration in the Mukilteo School District.

Heather Hiatt, Assistant Principal, Shorecrest

Heather Hiatt is the new Assistant Principal.

Heather has served as the Assistant Principal at Woodinville High School in the Northshore School District for the past three years. Her experiences and skills make her an excellent selection for Shorecrest.

Prior to that position, Heather taught Chemistry, Integrated Physical Science, AVID Science and the AVID elective at Shorewood High School. Additionally, during her time at Shorewood, she served as Administrative Support Staff and completed her principal internship.

She has also taught at Squalicum High School in Bellingham and College Place Middle School in Edmonds.

Heather is very excited to be returning to Shoreline. She is looking forward to becoming a part of the Shorecrest community.


Anonymous,  September 2, 2015 at 8:45 PM  

What happened to the former Shorecrest principal and assistant principal?

Anonymous,  September 2, 2015 at 11:27 PM  

According to (formerly, College Prowler), Shorecrest ranks 46th among the State's top 100 schools, far behind Seattle's Roosevelt (8), Garfield (16), and Ballard (18). Is Shoreline's "excellent schools" reputation a tad exaggerated? Perhaps Superintendent Miner and the new principal can turn things around at Shorecrest. Let's hope so.

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