Lindsey Rosa, Assistant Principal over Curriculum and Guidance.
Main duties include:
* Departments - AVID, CTE, English & ROP
* Master Schedule
* Classroom Assignments
* Course Catalog
* Credit Recovery
* Career Center
* Honor Roll Awards Night
* Parent Teacher Conference
* Intervention
* Scholarships
* Psychological Services
* Office Hours
* Report Cards
* SAP Program / Counselors
* Student Records
* Social Media
* Testing - Final Exams and PSAT

Mrs. Rosa has been in education for 18 years.  She spent the first four years as a Science, Health and AVID teacher and the next six as an Activities Director, 2021 - 2022 marks her eleventh year as an an administrator. 

Her greatest strength as an educator is her love for students and the need to make school a place where they feel safe and secure in an environment where learning can be optimal, and staff members feel valued. She believes in traditions and celebrations are a sense of community, family and team.  Mrs, Rosa truly believes that a school’s performance will never improve until the school culture is one where all feel valued, safe and share the goal of continued academic improvement.

Mrs. Rosa is a life longer learner and is currently in the Doctorate Program at California Baptist University (CBU) working on her Ph.D in Leadership Studies. 

Mrs. Rosa has two children Brayden (16) and Bailey (14). Her husband, Kevin is a Division I Collegiate Water Polo Coach at Cal Baptist University. They reside in Riverside and joy working in the community they grew up in. 

A message from Mrs. Rosa:
"I challenge each Arlington student to get involved! Statistics show that when students are connected to school, they are going to perform well academically, have better attendance, and will have a positive high school experience. The benefits of students being involved in extra-curricular activities is far reaching. Whether it be in a school activity or involvement in our community, it is an excellent decision to make. Keeping students busy outside of their regular school hours is important and will benefit them in their future endeavors."