Grades K-4 Principal, Angela Gramlick
Angela Gramlick is the K-4 Principal and Director of Student Support Services of the Ross School District. She is a K-12 educator with over twenty years of experience in elementary, middle and high school who was working as an Assistant Principal at Tamalpais High School prior to joining the Ross School District Administration Team. In addition to her work in Marin, she has also worked as an administrator in both Napa Valley Unified School District and Benicia Unified School District.
Prior to moving into administration, Mrs. Gramlick was a classroom teacher for 15 years. Early literacy is a strength in her teaching and leadership repertoire. She also believes the importance of STEM in education cannot be underrated as we are creating true 21st Century Learners that will lead the next generations. She holds strong belief systems around the teaching of the whole child and tapping into and fostering individual strengths to help students feel passionate about their own learning. She believes great teaching begins with strong connections and feels this begins by administration making those connections with staff, students and parents.
Mrs. Gramlick is a first generation college graduate of the University of Southern California where she double majored in Political Science and American Studies. She earned her teaching credential from Chapman University and then pursued her masters in Educational Leadership and Administration from Touro University. She has also completed The Reading Summer Institute at the the Teachers College of Columbia University. She holds both the California multiple subject teaching credential and an administrative credential.
When not working with students and teachers, Mrs. Gramlick is passionate about cooking, recreational reading, UCLA football and spending time outdoors with her husband and two teenage children.