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Jacqueline San Miguel-Lozano Named Principal of Fred Moore High

Jacqueline San Miguel-Lozano has been named principal of Fred Moore High School. Mrs. San Miguel-Lozano has been serving in the role of interim principal following the loss of Marilyn Rabsatt who succumbed to cancer this spring. 


“As a Denton native, Jacqueline San Miguel-Lozano values the rich history and vision that surrounds Fred Moore High School,” said Dr. Gwen Perkins, area superintendent of academic programs.  “A true leader is one who can support each member of the team while keeping the focus on what is most important; Mrs. San Miguel is that leader. As she moves officially into the role of principal, we are confident Fred Moore High School will continue to thrive and grow.”


Ms. San Miguel-Lozano began her career as a Spanish and science teacher at Gainesville Junior High School in 2003. She joined Denton ISD in 2005 as a Spanish teacher at Guyer High School. 


She became assistant principal at Denton High School in 2012, associate principal at Fred Moore High School in 2018 and has been serving as interim principal at Fred Moore High School since April.


“I am humbled and extremely honored to be named the principal of Fred Moore High School,” said Ms. San Miguel-Lozano.  “I will strive every day to continue to build on the strong foundation created by Marilyn Rabsatt. With the support of our extremely talented staff, my goal is to continue to help students reach their highest potential academically, socially, and emotionally.” 


Ms. San Miguel-Lozano earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas and her master’s degree from Tarleton State University.