Today's Choice for Tomorrow's Future

Assistant Principals

Welcome, Sorrento Families!

I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to serve as one of the Assistant Principals here at Sorrento Elementary School. It is an honor to work together as a community to provide the highest-quality instruction for all of our students. As I enter this school year, I am excited for what lies ahead.

As a longtime Lake County resident, I have had the privilege of continuing my learning in many roles: as a student, teacher, instructional dean, and now assistant principal. I am excited to build upon the successes currently happening at Sorrento.

At Sorrento, we strive to provide student-centered learning that supports the specific needs of our students as they realize their full potential through active engagement. Teachers and staff play a crucial role in creating a learning environment that enriches both the character and academic development of students. Communication and partnership between parents and teachers plays a vital role in supporting student achievement.

I look forward to working with you all and continuing the amazing work happening here at Sorrento. #OnePack

Best Regards,

Gary Locuson Jr.

Dear Wolfpack,

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! I would like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Lori Myers and I have been an educator for over 20 years. I have served as an Elementary Teacher, ESE and Gifted Teacher, Reading Teacher, Literacy Coach, and Assistant Principal. I am excited to continue my journey at Sorrento Elementary.

I am a graduate of Simpson College (Iowa) and Stetson University for which I have earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with endorsements in early childhood and reading, and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership.

I am truly honored to be a part of a school family with such passion and dedication. I share the Sorrento Elementary vision that all children are capable of success and look forward to fostering the potential in our students. With the talent of our teachers and support staff, and commitment from our families, our students will thrive on their road to success.

I am eager to begin this year’s endeavor. Please do not hesitate to reach out as we begin to work together to be “One Pack”!

Take Care,

Lori Myers