The Sequoia Union High School District is proud to announce that Marshall Burgamy has been named as the new Principal at Redwood Continuation High School.He
will replace Denise Plante who was appointed Principal of Menlo-Atherton High School
in January. Marshall Burgamy comes to the Sequoia district from the Martinez Unified School District where he served as the Director of Alternative and Continuing Education.
In this position he
provided leadership to alternative high school, independent study and adult education programs.He
also initiated an academy model and raised $400,000 in grants.Prior to that he was the Principal of the Adult School in the Berkeley Unified School District where he provided site leadership for over 10,000 students, 160 staff, and 28 off-site locations.Marshall Burgamy has also served as the Director of the Bilingual Office in the Oakland Unified School District and has been an instructor in the SUNY, Buffalo Malaysia Program, the University of San Francisco and Kuwait University. Mr. Burgamy received his B.A. in Political Science from Columbus College in Georgia and his M.A. in English/Applied Linguistics from Colorado State University.He
teaching credential and administrative credential from California State University, Hayward