- Shoreline Public Schools
Becca Anderson Selected as Next Director of Student Services
Becca Anderson has been selected as the next Director of Student Services, Superintendent Rebecca Miner announced on March 25. She will succeed Amy Vujovich who is retiring at the end of the school year after 28 years of service to Shoreline Public Schools. The appointment is subject to approval by the Shoreline School Board.
Becca will be joining Shoreline Schools from the Kennewick School District, where she has served as the Director of Special Services for the past two years. She has 17 years of experience working across the P-12 continuum at Kennewick, including serving as an assistant special education director, special education coordinator, special education case manager and developmental therapy teacher.
She completed her master’s degree in education curriculum and instruction and obtained her special education endorsement at the University of Montana, and bachelor degrees in elementary education and early childhood education at Washington State University. She also obtained her administrator certification from Washington State University.
“I’m excited to welcome Becca to Shoreline Schools and our amazing school community,” said Superintendent Rebecca Miner. “Her focus, knowledge and passion for supporting the success of our students, staff and families was evident throughout the interview process. She will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience with her as she leads and advocates for every student we serve.”
Becca also shared her excitement and eagerness for the work to come. “I am very honored to join the Shoreline family and look forward to collaborating and working with staff, students and families in implementing systems of continuous improvement to ensure equity and inclusion for all of our students.”
Becca’s selection followed an extensive search and interview process involving staff and family representation. Her expected start date is July 1, 2021.