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J.G. Johnson Elementary (K-5) Pahrump, NV
Mr.  Mark  Gabrylczyk
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Mr. Mark Gabrylczyk, Principal

Mark Gabrylczyk ( Mr. G) is the new principal at JG Johnson Elementary School. Mr. Gabrylczyk started his education career in 1998 at Idaho Falls High School as a Special Education Paraprofessional. After completing that assignment, Mr. Gabrylczyk was hired as a Special Education Teacher at Idaho Falls High School for 9 years where he worked with students who had learning disabilities in the areas of Reading and Math.

Mr. Gabrylczyk started his administration career in 2005 where he has been an Elementary and Middle School Principal. In 2007, he was recruited by Nonpareil Corporation, a food manufacturing company, as its National Food Service Manager. He managed a food broker network throughout the United States where he traveled regularly domestically and internationally to Asia and Mexico.

Because of his 4 boys, he returned to the education field as the Superintendent of Snake River School District in Blackfoot Idaho. During his time at Snake River, Mr. Gabrylczyk led his staff in improving academic achievement and was named Idaho Education Technology Administrator of the Year in 2014.

Recently, Mr. Gabrylczyk was the Director of the Office of Student and School Support with the Nevada Department of Education. He led all federal and state initiatives in his time in Carson City.

Mr. Gabrylczyk accepted the Principal position at JG Johnson in August, 2016. He is excited about the opportunity to serve students and work with teachers in improving JG Johnson Elementary School. His goals this year include establishing a safe learning environment for students where they are challenged academically and develop socially. He will be working closely with school and district staff members with developing a Professional Learning Community Culture which will focus on 1. What do we want our students to learn? 2. How will we know if they are learning? 3. What will we do if they are not learning? 4. What will we do if they already know it?

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