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Employment History


Sand Pine Elementary School


Pasco Elementary School


Sand Pine Elementary School PTA


Sand Pine Elementary School PTA

Assistant Principal

Hudson Elementary


Wesley Chapel , FL



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Ginny Yanson, the only principal the Sand Pine Elementary School has ever had, is retiring. Her immediate plans are to do nothing and try to sleep past 5 a.m. Ginny Yanson, the only principal the Sand Pine Elementary School has ever had, is retiring. Her immediate plans are to do nothing and try to sleep past 5 a.m.

The day could have been a melancholy one, but Ginny Yanson, 63, was having none of that. She said the time is right to step into the next stage of her life after four decades as a teacher, assistant principal and principal.
"Pasco County has been fabulous to me," Yanson said.
Yanson became Sand Pine's first and, until now, only principal when the school opened in 1998 to provide much-needed relief to crowded Quail Hollow Elementary, where Yanson had served as principal for 12 years. Quail Hollow's student population had grown to about 1,300, more than double its capacity.
As Yanson moved into her new school in the Meadow Pointe development, Pasco's growth followed. Sand Pine opened over capacity and by 2005 the school had more students in portable classrooms than in regular classrooms.
"A lot of people think if you bring in portables, it's OK," Yanson said.
In the meantime, Yanson and her teachers kept educating.
Because that's what she always did. Early on, Yanson discovered she loved teaching more than anything.
Yanson is a Tampa native, but she started her career at a school near the Mexican border in Arizona where she taught the children of migrants and Cocopah Indians.
It was near perfect. She told her husband, "I can't believe they are paying me to play all day."
"Teaching was just so much fun," Yanson said. "It wasn't like work to me."
She spent two years at that school and another five in Flagstaff before she returned to Florida 33 years ago and took a teaching job at Schrader Elementary in Pasco County.
A year later, she became assistant principal at Hudson Elementary. She also served a stint as assistant principal at Moon Lake Elementary before she earned her promotion to principal at Quail Hollow.
The school provided Yanson with one of her favorite memories. For two years, Quail Hollow put on "Circus of the Kids," an educational program that weaves in academics while turning children into jugglers, trapeze artists and acrobats.
Circus performers came to the school to train the children and Quail Hollow took its act on the road, performing for other schools.
"It was such a great community thing," Yanson said.
The school also participated in a student exchange program, somewhat unusual for the elementary level. French students came to Quail Hollow and some Quail Hollow students traveled to Paris.
"That was pretty unique," said Yanson, who also brought the exchange program to Sand Pine one year.
Not every memory is a happy one. In December 1997, Quail Hollow students were performing their winter program at Victorious Life Church on Old Pasco Road. A father who had parked his car at a nearby country club was struck and killed by a car as he walked toward the church.
"That was really difficult," Yanson said.
"It literally looked just like a war zone," Yanson said.
In the latest issue of the Sand Pine PTA newsletter, PTA President Peggy D'Alessandro praised Yanson for her support of the organization and her dedication to children.
Yanson is happy about one other thing, too.
An elementary school principal's day starts long before students arrive. She gets to sleep in now.

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Principal: Ginny Yanson29040 County Line RoadWesley Chapel, Fl 33543(813) 794-1900 In-district Phone #: 41900 Fax #:813/794-1991

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When Pasco County school principal Ginny Yanson had to get rid of a bad teacher recently, it was like running an obstacle course.

The teacher was new, still on probation. Under state law, she could be fired without cause. And yet, when she refused to execute lesson plans and "wasn't doing any teaching," Yanson couldn't just pull out a pink slip.
Yanson had weekly meetings with the teacher. She brought in mentors, model teachers, sample lesson plans. Yanson gave her a letter with a timeline to improve.
"She did not follow through with any of those things," said Yanson, 63, principal at Sand Pine Elementary in Wesley Chapel.
It took the threat of firing by the School Board to finally get the teacher out of the classroom, Yanson said.

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