Kim Hall, Ph.D.
Ms. Hall was born in Los Angeles and grew-up in the cities of Compton and Pomona. She says that she’s known since she was five years old that she wanted to be an educator. “I come from a family of educators,” said Ms. Hall. “Both of my father’s parents were teachers and two of his sisters were teachers. My brother is a Job Corps teacher. My husband is also an educator.”
She attended the University of Oregon where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. She earned a Masters degree in Educational Administration at National University and Administrative Credential at San Diego State University. This fall, she will begin her third year in the Ph.D. program at Claremont Graduate University with an emphasis on Urban Education
“I worked for twenty years in the San Diego Unified School District as a teacher, Computer-Math-Science Magnet Coordinator, Assistant Principal, and Director of Mathematics, Middle School Curriculum, and Professional Development,” she said. Before coming to Fontana , she was the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction for one year in the Houston Independent School District.
Ms. Hall has been the Principal of Truman Middle School since 2012.