Las Lomas High School Principal Patrick Lickiss has said that he will retire at the end of this school year in June, after a 37-year career in the Acalanes district and 17 years as principal at Walnut Creek’s downtown high school.
In a letter to the community, the 59-year-old Lickiss thanked the district, where he has worked his entire career in education, and said he has “mixed” feelings about leaving.
“It is rare that a person can go to work each day knowing that they have a wonderful and fulfilling career,” he wrote. “I am one of those people who can say that they have the perfect job.”
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As I recall, he became principal in Fall of 1993. He was a nice principal, and I never had any complaints about him.