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Principal selected for new middle school

ENCINITAS — The San Dieguito Union High School District has tapped Earl Warren Middle School’s principal to serve in the same position at the district’s newest middle school, which is scheduled to open next fall.

Mary Anne Nuskin, an 11-year-veteran of the school district, will helm the school in Pacific Highlands Ranch, currently called “middle school No. 5.”

Nuskin served as assistant principal at Diegueno Middle School and Canyon Crest Academy, and principal at Diegueno before assuming her current post at Earl Warren.  She started her education career teaching middle school history, English and reading.

She assumes her new post July 1. The district will immediately begin a search to replace her, according to a news release.

The $71.2 million campus, under construction next to Canyon Crest Academy, is being financed with general obligation bonds from the $449 million Proposition AA, which voters approved in 2012.

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