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Joseph Domingues

Santa Maria Joint Union High SD
Principal
Santa Maria CA
Upon transitioning from the United States Navy active service, Joe entered the field of public education in the Monterey County area. Thereafter, he was employed by the Salinas Union High School District at Salinas High School as a teacher of History, AVID, and head varsity wrestling coach. In 2006, he started his administrative career in the Salinas Union High School District as Interim Assistant Director of Mission Trails Regional Occupation Program (ROP). From 2006-2008, he served as Assistant Principal for the Community Education Center (continuation/alternative high schools) in the Soledad Unified School District and was appointed Principal of Soledad High School and served from 2008-2010. In 2010, he returned home to Santa Maria, CA where he was appointed principal of his alma mater, Santa Maria High School and continues to reside as principal. Joe is a graduate from the Center for Culturally Proficient Educational Practice (CCPEP). Joe was also selected as a Senior Associate at the CCPEP, which works in collaboration with CSU San Marcos, Palomar College, Mira Costa College, UC San Diego, and 27 California school districts. He has co-authored several ACSA Leadership articles titled, “Overcoming Barriers to Change” and “Leading from the Fields: Transformative Leadership from Santa Maria.” Joe has also been a presenter at the International Cultural Proficiency Institute, Santa Barbara County Education Office, Santa Maria Bonita School District, Allen Hancock College, and CABE. Additionally, he is a co-leader for the Santa Maria Joint Union High School District Culturally Proficient cohort teams. Joe Domingues holds a B.A. degree in Social Science, M.A. degree in Education from Chapman University and is currently a Doctorate of Educational Leadership candidate at the University of Phoenix. His proposed dissertation is titled: ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND LATINO STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT: A MIXED METHODS STUDY