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cindy green
Cindy Green, Ed. D

Cindy Green was born and raised primarily in Los Angeles, CA. She moved to West Covina during her high school years and graduated from Nogales High School. Although she was raised primarily in Los Angeles a good portion of her life was spent in Pomona with family as well. Dr. Green completed her B.A. at Grambling State University located in Louisiana. She began her teaching career immediately following graduation in Shreveport, Louisiana as a General Education Social Science teacher. Upon returning to California in 2001, Dr. Green became a special education teacher at Fremont Middle School here in Pomona Unified. She completed her M.S in Counseling as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) at Cal State Fullerton. During this time she began working at the special education district office. As a program specialist, Dr. Green was a reading specialist, responsible for overseeing the secondary special education program for the district, and developing the district's first and only Positive Behavior Support program. She became an administrator for the Special Education District office specializing in developing the district's mental health program, which included oversight of the students requiring the most intensive social-emotional and behavioral support, before taking on a position as an Assistant Principal at Garey High School. While making the transition from the special education program back to general education she obtained her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Cal State Fullerton. Prior to becoming the Principal at Pomona High, Dr. Green was Principal at Emerson Middle School. She believes that every day is a new day and a new opportunity for learning. She is excited about the opportunity to create community through innovation and creativity and eager to see what the future holds for our PHS family.

Takiyah Rogers
Assistant Principal of Instruction & Activities
Takiyah Rogers was raised in Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. where she attended Rancho Cucamonga High School. She attended California State University, Northridge (CSUN) where she earned her Bachelor's degree in English. She then attended Claremont Graduate University where she received her Master's degree in Education and has recently completed coursework at National University where she received her Master's in Educational Leadership. Ms. Rogers began working for PUSD in 2010 as an English teacher at Pomona High School. In 2018, she left Pomona High and transitioned into a Teacher on Special Assignment position at Park West High School. Ms. Rogers has recently returned to Pomona High School as an Assistant Principal. She is happy to serve the students and families of this community and believes in doing whatever it takes to help students learn, grow, and achieve.  
Michael Sanchez
Michael Sanchez
Assistant Principal of Facilities & Assessment
Michael Sanchez was born and raised in Pomona & attended all PUSD schools. He went to Barfield Elementary, Palomares Middle School, & Pomona High School. Mr. Sanchez completed his B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) & M.S. in Educational Administration at National University. Mr. Sanchez is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at Grand Canyon University, where he plans on earning a Ph. D. in Psychology with an emphasis in Integrating Technology, Learning, & Psychology. Mr. Sanchez has been an educator for 6 years, all at Pomona High School. His roles and responsibilities include overseeing Facilities, Technology, Assessment, and WASC. Mr. Sanchez is the administrator who works closely with the Senior Class of 2023. Mr. Sanchez has experienced Pomona High from many perspectives and his goal is to promote an environment where students flourish and develop the skills that will make them successful members of the Pomona Community!  
Fredric Noriega
Fredric Noriega
Assistant Principal of Special Education & Behavior

Fredric Noriega was born and raised just west of Pomona in the city of Azusa. He graduated from Azusa high school, earned his B.S. in Mathematics from Cal Poly Pomona, his M.S. in Educational Technology from Texas State, San Marcos, and a second M.S. in Education from National University. Mr. Noriega has previously served as a school administrator in downtown Los Angeles, and most recently in the city of Rosemead. Prior to being an administrator, he was a secondary math teacher and a math specialist, providing schools with instructional support through classroom coaching and professional development. Mr. Noriega is currently serving as Assistant Principal at Pomona High School. His roles and responsibilities include overseeing the Special Education program, PSAT/SAT program, SSTs, and 504s. Mr. Noriega also works closely with the class of 2024. He has been happily married for 14 years; his wife is a school principal in the city of Monrovia. He has two daughters, ages 9 and 11.  On Sundays Mr. Noriega enjoys working with preteens at his church. Mr. Noriega is excited to serve the PHS community to ensure every child receives the education they deserve.  

Troy Littlejohn
Assistant Principal of Attendance & Security

Troy Littlejohn was raised in Diamond Bar, CA where he attended Pomona Unified schools. He attended Golden Springs, Lorbeer and Ganesha High School. Mr. Littlejohn attended Chapman University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. After graduating in 1990, he worked with abused and neglected children at Orangewood Children’s Home while working on his teaching credential in Social Studies. He began working in the Pomona Unified School District in 1998 as a history teacher at Emerson Middle School. He then completed his Master’s Degree in Counseling with an emphasis on Marriage/Family Therapy (MFT) from Argosy University while simultaneously working on an administrative credential from Cal State University, Fullerton in 2010. In 2012, Mr. Littlejohn began working as the Dean of Students at Garey High School. In 2013, Mr. Littlejohn transitioned to a teacher on assignment at School of Extended Educational Options (SEEO). In 2017, Mr. Littlejohn then became the Assistant Principal at Palomares Academy of Health Sciences. Mr. Littlejohn currently serves as the Assistant Principal at Pomona High School. He has been happily married for twenty-four years. He currently has one son with special needs who is 17 years old. Mr. Littlejohn enjoys teaching Sunday school and serving as the director of Christian Education at his church. Mr. Littlejohn believes that EVERY student has potential and we can empower students to become great individuals. A quote Mr. Littlejohn identifies as his mission statement as well as his professional goal is:

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”

Martin Luther King Jr.

Leonard Hudson
Leonard Hudson
Athletics Director
Leonard Hudson currently serves as the Athletic Director at Pomona High.  He also serves as the Head Varsity Football Coach, as well as the Head Varsity Boys Track and Field Coach.  He attended UC Berkeley and Cal State Fullerton after graduating from Pomona High in 1987.  He received a full athletic scholarship to UC Berkeley in the sport of football.  He has been employed by the PUSD for over 20 years.  His vision for Pomona High is to bring back pride throughout the school and community.  Being a part of a large alumni network like what we have at Pomona High is very important and endearing to many.  One of the many goals that he has is for our kids to leave here and come back to provide not only guidance but an inspiration for the classes to come.  
LaShonne Mitchell
LaShonne Mitchell
Activities Director
LaShonne Mitchell currently serves as the Activities Director at Pomona High.  She also teaches Drama and advises and works with the Pomona High Associated Student Body Leaders.  She has been an educator in PUSD for 26 years. She attended Los Altos High School, Hope International University, and Azusa Pacific University.  She has always had a passion for positive school culture.  She was voted "Most School Spirited" in high school.  Her goal for Pomona High is to instill the same zeal in our students so they may continue to leave a legacy of the Red Devil Spirit for generations to come.  
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