Mr. Jacob Cawley, Assistant Principal

  • headshot of Jake CawleyPhone: 724-625-4444, ext. 1604
    Mr. Cawley, a Pine-Richland High School graduate, has spent the last nine years with Orange County Public Schools in Orlando, Florida. He is currently assistant principal at Judson B. Walker Middle School, and prior to that, was administrative dean at Windermere High School for four years. He also taught middle school civics and world history for four years at Apopka Memorial Middle School.
     
    “Throughout the interview process, Mr. Cawley impressed our team with his student-centered and servant-leadership mindset, as well as his ability to work with staff to analyze student data and improve teaching and learning,” said Dr. Frank Hernandez, principal of Pine-Richland High School. “Through his education and experiences, Mr. Cawley has gained a strong understanding of how to develop positive relationships with students, families and staff in order to foster both inclusive school culture and academic excellence.”
     
    Mr. Cawley earned a bachelor of arts in social studies education from Gannon University. He earned a master of education in educational leadership from Saint Leo University and principal certification from PennWest University.
     
    “I am extremely excited to be in this position and I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the community I grew up in and the school district that I graduated from,” said Mr. Cawley. “The ability to have an impact on the continued success of Pine-Richland School District and the students of Pine-Richland High School as an assistant principal is a role that I don’t take lightly.”
     
    “We are excited to have Mr. Cawley as part of our team and look forward to him working with our students, staff and families,” added Dr. Hernandez.