Sandra Arreguín was appointed Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction effective July 2018. Before D219, she served as Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment at Township High School District 113, which comprises Deerfield and Highland Park High Schools. From 2014 to 2017, she served as Principal of Northwood Junior High School in Highland Park. The North Suburban Special Education District Association of Parents and Staff recognized her leadership with its “Best Practice Award for Collaborative Middle School Programming.” She worked at Highland Park High School as its World Languages Chair and Director of English Learners. Arreguín served Chicago Public Schools in several different capacities, including as Assistant Principal of Theodore Roosevelt High School. She worked in CPS’s Office of Language and Cultural Education as High School Bilingual/ESL Specialist and Senior World Languages Professional Development Specialist. From 2003 to 2011 she taught French and Spanish at William Howard Taft High School. Arreguín earned her Educational Doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction from Loyola University. She holds a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning in Secondary French and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a French minor from DePaul University.