TUSTIN : Foothill High Gets 2 New Administrators


Foothill High School will have two new assistant principals when the 1994-95 school year begins in September.

Joining the school are Brooke Harms-Vogelgesang, an assistant principal at Tustin High School for the last two years, and Anthony Kuns, an administrator from Chino Unified School District.

They will replace Dawn Clemens, who is moving out of the district, and Charles Milligan, newly appointed principal of Spring View Middle School in Huntington Beach.


The appointments were part of a series of administrative changes approved last month by Tustin Unified School District trustees for the district’s middle and high schools.

Maura Mattson will take over Harms-Vogelgesang’s job at Tustin High School, which also has a new principal, Bob Boies, former principal at Columbus Tustin Middle School.

Columbus Tustin Middle School, which moved to Browning Avenue while the Beneta Way site was renovated, will return to its original site in September under a new principal, Adele Casso Heuer, a former administrator in the ABC Unified School District in Los Angeles County.

Heuer will have Pat James as assistant principal. James has been principal at Robert P. Heideman Elementary School for seven years. He will be replaced there by Louise Saladino, who came from the Orange Unified School District.