Lincoln High School is again on the search for a new leader.
The school’s principal Jose Soto-Ramos, as well as all three of the school’s vice principals, were dismissed from their positions Wednesday, the day after the school year ended.
VOSD’s Will Huntsberry reports San Diego Unified leaders have repeatedly promised to help improve the southeastern San Diego school, which has had below average performance in several areas, including academics and school attendance. Soto-Ramos was the school’s fifth leader in 12 years.
“Lincoln is a beast of a school with a lot of problems. We need people with the will and the skill to lead it,” said Francine Maxwell, a parent and community member who has been involved with Lincoln for many years.
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