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Katie Barr


I am thrilled to become a part of the Puma family and to meet and work with all the students, families, teachers, staff and everyone who makes up our community.

It is such a great honor and opportunity to be a new member of the Maria Carrillo team.  I am looking forward to a great year ahead!  My journey to this position has been a bit of a windy road: middle and high school Social Studies and English teacher, non-profit executive director, school administrator, and most recently a director at the Sonoma County Office of Education.  I believe my breadth of experience and opportunities in various leadership roles allows me to bring a unique perspective to Maria Carrillo along with positive attitude and passion for education.  When asked why I chose to return to site level administration, my answer is always: the students and teachers!  Here's to a successful 2016-2017 school year.

Vice Principal

Amy Wiese

Amy Wiese

Hello PUMA Country!  

I grew up on the other, colder coast and taught in Maine prior to moving to California in 2001.  After a year teaching in Healdsburg, I joined the Rincon Valley District in 2002 where I spent sixteen years as a classroom teacher, a district Math Consulting Teacher, and a Site Director at RVCS-Sequoia.


I feel honored to now be a part of the MCHS family.  I am looking forward to growing and learning with so many scholars and families that I have had the privilege of working with over the years as well as those students and families I have yet to meet.  If I’m not at school, you’ll often find my husband and me courtside or field side throughout RV cheering on one of our three active kiddos or walking our golden retriever, Princess Leia.

Assistant Principal

Albert Ettedgui

Albert Ettedgui

Greetings to my new Puma family.  My name is Albert Ettedgui (Al-Bear – Eh-Ted-Gee) I am entering my nineteenth year of service to the students and families of the Santa Rosa City School district.  The journey and the experience has been incredible, and I feel so thankful and fortunate for the privilege to continue to serve, learn and teach as part of your Maria Carrillo Administrative team.

I came to Sonoma County in 1990 to play baseball and pursue my Political Science degree from SSU.  With the exception of a couple semesters abroad at Tel Aviv University and a little work as a lobbyist in D.C., I never left this community that I grew to love 26 years ago.  I am a proud father of two amazing sons, and I am excited to share that my oldest son will be starting 9th grade this year with the Puma class of 2020! 

For fun I volunteer as a coach for the Santa Rosa Junior Hockey Club and Rincon Valley Little League.  I play in the Snoopy Adult Hockey League, and I also enjoy golf, mountain biking in Annadel and competing in triathlon events.  My greatest joy comes from being a father to my two sons.  I am looking forward to many great years for all of our Puma students, families and teachers.      

Assistant Principal

Andrew Campbell

My name is Andrew Campbell, and I am honored to be selected as a new member of the Administrative Team at Maria Carrillo High School.  I was born and raised in Marin County, and completed my Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology at San Francisco State University.  I worked in San Mateo County as a 7th and 8th grade science teacher before earning a Masters in Educational Leadership at Cal State East Bay in 2017.  In my first two years serving as an Assistant Principal I have found joy in being a role model for maintaining a positive student environment, and in supporting and guiding a school community.  My family - wife, Meghan (also a teacher!) and daughter, Moira - are excited to explore our new home in Sonoma County and look forward to getting to know everyone in the coming months.


Front Office Staff




School Secretary

Lisa Greenstein


Ann Janes

Counseling Secretary

Lorie Banks

Business Office

Paula Cox


Norma Perez

Health Office

Michelle Kerwin

Student Advisor

Gabby Mammarelli

Campus Supervisor