Meet your Assistant Principal

  • Armijo Assistant Principal - John Lammon

    Mr. Lammon has worked with the District since February of 2008 when he was hired as the Assistant Principal at Rodriguez High School. Since 2010, Mr. Lammon has served the District in the Assistant Principal capacity here at Armijo High School.

    Mr. Lammon works in education for an opportunity to make a greater impact on the students and teachers that he serves. John came into education from the Professional Baseball arena, playing for the Boston Red Sox from 1989 - 1992. He decided to take his love for teaching and baseball and began coaching baseball in 1993. It was then that he realized his passion for helping students to achieve, but this he wanted to do both on and off the field.

    John became a Physical Education Teacher/Activities Director in 1997, and quickly desired more of an opportunity to affect the lives of students in the positive. Mr. Lammon became Assistant Principal/Dean of Students for Vallejo High School in 2003 and continued to serve in a supporting role as Vice Principal at Davis Senior High School from 2004-2008, prior to joining the District in 2008.

    Mr. Lammon enjoys his family, fitness, outdoor activities and water sports. Some of his favorite memories while working in the District are highlighted by general education students who cheered and honored students with special needs for their accomplishments in school, including graduation, Special Olympics, and ACSA recognition. John also celebrates with the rest of Armijo High School when AHS was awarded the California Gold Ribbon Schools award.

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