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Jared J. Savage

Jared J. Savage is the principal of Fairmont Elementary School (TK–8) in the Sanger Unified School District in California. He has been an educator for 19 years, serving as a teacher, coach, counselor, guidance learning specialist, assistant principal, and principal.

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Jared J. Savage

Jared J. Savage is the principal of Fairmont Elementary School (TK–8) in the nationally recognized, award-winning Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) in California. He has been an educator for 19 years, serving as a teacher, coach, counselor, guidance learning specialist, assistant principal, and principal. His educational experiences include working from the elementary to secondary levels and building programs to support alternative education and foster care youth in Fresno County, California.

Jared specializes in synergizing teams of practitioners, with a focus on breaking the barriers of traditional mindsets and building championship school culture. He has used a coaching philosophy centered around building collective team efficacy to challenge and move teams within SUSD. Instituting fierce belief systems through shared leadership has been the hallmark of his work.

Teams led by Jared have received multiple honors, including being designated a Solution Tree Model PLC at Work® School and the National Forum Schools to Watch Redesignation and receiving the California School Boards Association Golden Bell Award for Closing the Achievement Gap, the California Gold Ribbon, and the California PBIS Platinum Level Award for Fresno County.

He has also presented for various organizations, including the California National Forum Schools to Watch, the Supervisors of Child Welfare and Attendance, and Project Lead the Way, and as a keynote speaker for Wonderful Education–Effective Implementation of Innovative Practices in California.

Jared received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in educational leadership from California State University, Fresno. He also holds a professional administrative credential and a pupil personnel services credential.