Former Naples High School Principal Rosanne Winter said she would like to take the reins at another Collier County school.Winter, who was principal at Naples High from 2004 to 2006 before moving away from the area, confirmed that she is back in town and has applied for a principal position at all school levels.Since leaving Naples, Winter has served as vice president of Winter Associations, LLC, in which she consulted with kindergarten to high schools to assist them in organizational improvement.She also served as vice president of White Hat Management, where she oversaw academic-related aspects of three cyber charter schools, one each in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Colorado.
Allun Hamblett, executive director of human resources for the Collier school district, said Winter
did apply to the district and had been interviewed, but said she
did not receive either principal job at Barron Collier or Golden Gate high schools.
"The fit wasn't there," he
But don't count Winter
has had experience at both the elementary and middle school levels.In an e-mail to the Naples Daily News
wants to return to education, admitting that she
never really left it.
left, not by her
own choice, but because her
husband was offered a position in Nevada.
2. Sorry to hear that Dr. Winter
does not fit in here in Collier County.She
displayed some couragous leadership when she
was here.Maybe she
should run for School Board instead.