Jennifer De Ladurantey ’94 has been selected as Toll Middle School’s 13th principal in the school’s 93-year history.
Prior to accepting her new position, De Ladurantey had already dedicated over 13 years to Toll, serving as both a history teacher and the assistant principal at the school.
The Whittier College graduate’s story caught the attention of the Glendale News-Press section of the Los Angeles Times, where De Ladurantey’s colleagues praise her for the wonderful impact she has already made on the school. As principal, De Ladurantey hopes to continue to enrich the educational experiences of her students with her signature compassionate and student-centric leadership style.
“Ultimately, it’s the teachers and staff who create and cultivate a culture of learning and inclusion since we’re here year after year. I want to continue to build that,” De Ladurantey said.