Jamie Nino is the director of professional development and curriculum for Sanger Unified School District in California and serves as an area administrator overseeing TK–12th grade school sites.
Jamie Nino is the director of professional development and curriculum for Sanger Unified School District in California and serves as an area administrator overseeing TK–12th grade school sites. She has been an educator for 22 years and has served as a teacher, instructional coach, and elementary and middle school principal.
Jamie specializes in developing leaders at all levels, fostering strong learning cultures, and building fortified PLCs. She works with diverse learners and helps to refine practices for English learners and students in special education, to build strong response to intervention programs for all learners. Her focus is to help enhance current systems and improve student achievement.
Jamie has led schools that have earned state distinguished, National School to Watch, California Gold Ribbon Awards, Title 1 Academic Award, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (gold level), and Bonner Character awards. Additionally, she is an active participant and board member for the California League of Middle Schools in her region.
She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University of Fresno.
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Presentations by Jamie Nino
Refining Our PLCs Using High Leverage Team Actions (HLTAs)
Making a Difference in Middle School through Collaboration
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Building Systems for Student Success
Foundations of a Professional Learning Community