Principal: Tammi DiGrazia Assist.Principal: Leslie Sandoval

Introducing Mrs. DiGrazia

My name is Tammi DiGrazia and I am your new principal at Roynon Elementary. I am so excited to lead a school that is so rich in La Verne history. I look forward to working with our students, teachers, parents, families, and the La Verne community to ensure that all children at Roynon Elementary are provided the opportunity to reach their full potential. My bio that was read at the June 14th Bonita Unified School District Board Meeting follows:

Tammi DiGrazia began her career in education in 1992 as an elementary teacher in nearby Glendora Unified School District. After teaching a variety of grade levels for over 20 years, she transitioned to administration by serving as a district wide elementary teacher on special assignment (TOSA), providing all elementary teachers with curriculum and instructional support, while establishing the first Professional Development Center for the district. Tammi recently completed her second year as the Assistant Principal of the largest elementary school in Colton Joint Unified School District. Within the first few months of joining Colton, Tammi was selected as the Management Employee of the Month for the district.

Tammi received her bachelor’s degree and teaching credential from UC Riverside and masters degree and administrative credential from Concordia University, Irvine.

Tammi resides in Claremont with her husband Dominic, and their two teenage children, Dylan and Sydney.

Introducing Leslie Sandoval

We would like to welcome Leslie Sandoval to Roynon Elementary as our Assistant Principal.

Leslie's bio that was read at the Bonita Unified School District Board Meeting on July 5, 2017 follows:

Leslie is Bonita Unified through and through. She grew up attending Shull, Lone Hill and San Dimas High School, her husband works for Bonita Unified and their two daughters attend Bonita schools. After 16 years at Lone Hill Middle School as a science teacher and ASB Director, Leslie is excited to transition from being a Lion to being a proud Raccoon. Leslie earned her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from Azusa Pacific University. Since earning her Administrative Credential, Leslie has had the honor of supervising the summer EL program as well as the parent EL program and is looking forward to her newest role as the Assistant Principal of Roynon Elementary.