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Breitenbucher moves to district office
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Jacqui Breitenbucher has a new role in Manteca Unified.

The Sequoia School principal is moving to the district office, filling a key administrative post.

In closed session last Tuesday, the school board voted unanimously, 7-0, Breitenbucher’s selection as senior director of business services.  

Prior to coming to MUSD in 1993, she spent several years in the corporate and private sectors in business and accounting. Breitenbucher taught at Shasta School and, in 2000, became vice principal at Neil Hafley School.

She’s been principal at Sequoia since 2002.

But Breitenbucher isn’t the only elementary school principal on the move.

Diane Medeiros, who spent the past 12 years at Stella Brockman School, will take over the top position at Lindbergh Adult School.

She fills the post occupied by the retiring Howard Holtsman, who spent 36 years with Manteca Unified including the last 18 as principal at Lindbergh.

Medeiros has been with the district since 1986, and served as vice principal / program coordinator at both Shasta and New Haven.

Audrey Greene and Sherrie Jamero also received job promotions from the board.

Greene, who served as vice principal at both Joshua Cowell and Shasta, was announced as the new principal at Shasta. The recent passing of Principal Rick Mello created the vacancy at Shasta School.

She’s been with MUSD since 1999, teaching kindergarten and fourth grade at Great Valley School. In 2002, Greene served as an elementary consolidated program coordinator at Brock Elliott and Great Valley.

Jamero, who has been the vice principal at Neil Hafley School, was named principal at Woodward School.

The slot became available when Woodward Principal Roger Goatcher was recently appointed as Manteca Unified’s senior director of student service and special education.

Jamero started her career in education back in 1992 at French Camp School. A year later, she moved on to Nile Garden, where she taught various grade levels.

In 2004, Jamero was promoted vice principal at August Knodt and George Komure, transferring to Neil Hafley soon after.