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CEO keeps innovative high school on track

Every day, students at e3 Civic High are greeted by a familiar face. After trekking up six flights of stairs in the San Diego Central Library to reach the school, Dr. Cheryl James-Ward meets them with a therapist by her side.

Even as her role has expanded — she was recently promoted from serving as chief impact officer and principal of the charter school to its CEO and chief engagement and innovation officer — she still takes time for this morning ritual.
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THANK YOU HOME DEPOT!!!

A big thank you to The Home Depot for their extraordinary support in helping e3 Civic High’s carwash fundraiser in support of our scholar Angel Romero and his family. Their donation is most appreciated and valued. e3 Civic High’s efforts to support our scholars and their families would not be possible without community partners like The Home Depot!
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Carmel Valley resident named as e3 Civic High’s new CEO

e3 Civic High school, a public charter high school located in the San Diego Central Library, has named Dr. Cheryl James-Ward as its CEO and chief engagement and innovation officer. James-Ward, a Carmel Valley resident, served as chief impact officer and principal of the school prior to the new position.

Ward began her professional career as a software engineer for NASA Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena. Her educational experiences include junior high math teacher, math and science director for Cal State Long Beach University Upward Bound Program, as well as vice principal, principal, and director of academic initiatives for the Long Beach Unified School District. She has been a consultant for schools and school districts throughout California and China and a tenured professor of 11 years for San Diego State University.
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