Boise School District Announces
Administrative Appointments
Boise, ID -- (02/28/2020) -- Boise School District announces the following administrative appointments effective July 1, 2020 for the start of the 2020-2021 school year: 
Dr. Adria David - Assistant Principal, Amity & Grace Jordan Elementary Schools
Dr. Adria David has served Idaho's public school students since 1997. She began her career as a first grade teacher at Sacajawea Elementary School in the Caldwell School District. She also served as Reading Coach in the Caldwell School District and Instructional Literacy Coach and Literacy Consultant in the Vallivue School District. In addition, Dr. David served as the Response to Intervention Coordinator for the State Department of Education. In the Boise School District, Dr. David worked as Assistant Principal at South Junior High School, Principal at Lowell Elementary School (2016 to 2019) and Assistant Principal at Grace Jordan and Riverside Elementary School (2019 to present).
Dr. David is a dedicated, knowledgeable and forward-thinking educator focused on preparing students for success in college, career and citizenship. Her wide range of knowledge and experience in supporting academic achievement among all students is well-respected among educators. She is committed to providing excellent academic opportunities for students and quality professional development opportunities for instructional staff members. 
Dr. David earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in Elementary Education from Eastern Oregon State (College) University, Master of Curriculum and Instruction Degree from Northwest Nazarene University, Master of Educational Specialist Degree in Administration from Northwest Nazarene University, and Doctorate of Philosophy Degree in Educational Leadership from Northwest Nazarene University. 
Ted Hettinga - Assistant Principal, Riverside Elementary School 
Ted Hettinga has served public school students for 37 years. During that time, he has worked as a high school principal (Timberline High, 2015 to present); junior high school principal (Hillside Jr. High, 2011 to 2015); assistant high school principal (Boise High, 2007-09); elementary principal (Hawthorne Elementary: 2009-11); Boise School District summer school elementary principal (2007); high school social studies teacher (Flagstaff, AZ: 1985-1997 & Capital High School: 1997-2006); and Physical Education Teacher (Flagstaff, AZ: 1983-1985). While teaching at various high schools, Mr. Hettinga also coached boy's basketball and girl's volleyball. 
Principal Hettinga is a strong instructional leader committed to the District's Vision of graduating each student prepared for college, career and citizenship. As a successful secondary school administrator he works tirelessly to see that each student has every opportunity to succeed in school and beyond.  
Principal Hettinga is an open, engaged and inspirational school leader focused on building strong community relations by creating effective relationships with parents, students, staff members and the general public. He is passionate about public education and dedicated to academic excellence by providing the finest educational program possible for each and every student. 
Principal Hettinga earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Education and Master Degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University.
Diana Molino - Principal, Timberline High School
Diana Molino has served Idaho’s public school students since 1994. During that time she has worked as a 4th and 5th Grade Teacher (Jefferson Elementary School, Pocatello School District, 1994-2004); 5th and 6th Grade Teacher (White Pine Charter School, Idaho Falls, ID, 2004-2007); Assistant Principal/Language Arts Teacher, Grades 6-8 (White Pine Charter School, Idaho Falls, ID, 2007-2008); Principal (Ethel Boyes Elementary School, Idaho Falls, ID, 2008-2014); Assistant Principal (Idaho Falls High School, Idaho Falls, ID, 2014-2016); Principal (Nampa High School, Nampa School District, 2016 - 2019); and Assistant Principal (Timberline High School, Boise School District, 2019 to present).
Principal Molino is passionate about establishing a positive school culture with fellow educators, students and their families in order to develop innovative practices and successful outcomes for students. She is dedicated to preparing each and every student for success in school and beyond - whether that’s in college, career or in life. Principal Molino is experienced in successfully serving diverse student populations and supporting and leading staff members through strong collaborative instructional leadership. 
Principal Molino earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Idaho State University, a Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership from Idaho State University and is currently working toward an Educational Specialist Degree in Executive Educational Leadership from Boise State University.
News Media Contact: 
Dan Hollar 
Public Affairs Administrator 
Boise School District 
(208) 854-4064 
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