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PRINCIPAL GOALS; PARK VIEW'S NEW LEADER FACING TRANSITION.

Byline: John Sanders Staff Writer

Jullie Eutsler knows the challenges that lie ahead as the new principal of Park View Intermediate School, but she feels she is ready to tackle those obstacles.

Eutsler was named Park View's new principal last week, taking over for Bob Porter, who transferred to Monte Vista School.

Eutsler spent the past two years serving as assistant principal at Park View.

``I'm thrilled that it happened here,'' Eutsler said. ``And certainly middle school is probably my focus more than elementary.''

Prior to going to work at Park View, Eutsler taught elementary school in the San Fernando Valley. From there she moved to Lancaster's Linda Verde Elementary, where she served as a sixth-grade teacher.

``I feel that my greatest asset is my networking,'' she said. ``My main goal here is to provide the best quality education that the kids can possibly receive.''

Eutsler inherits two major changes under way at Park View. First is the construction of the new Richard T. White Sports and Recreation Center, named after the Lancaster School District trustee, which is scheduled to open sometime in September.

The other is the addition of sixth-graders, marking the transition of Park View from an intermediate school to a middle school. Park View will gain sixth-graders when Amargosa Creek Middle School opens next year.

Eutsler said being assistant principal and having been named principal before Park View transitions to a middle school will help her.

``I think she has a real knack for the middle grades, and I think she'll do a wonderful job,'' Porter said. ``In working with her for the short time . . . she demonstrated to me the qualities you need to be a good principal.''

Tara Brown was named by the Lancaster School District board of trustees as Eutsler's replacement as assistant principal. The other assistant principal is Joe Malloy.

``I'm sure there are going to be challenges, there's no way I am going to discount that,'' Eutsler said. ``I don't have any ideas that things are going to be really easy, but things are falling into place. I'm learning the responsibilities that are mine as principal vs. the responsibilities that are mine as assistant principal.''

Eutsler lives with her husband, Rusty, and has two sons, Casey, a seventh-grader at Park View, and Colby, a second-grader at Monte Vista.

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