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Momi Tu’ua has been announced as the interim principal at Timpview High School for the 2022-23 school year. Momi replaces Fidel Montero, who has accepted an assistant superintendent position with Davis School District.
Momi Tu’ua and her family are long-time Provo community members of 30+ years and recipients of quality education from Wasatch Elementary, Centennial Middle, Timpview High, and Brigham Young University. Momi’s focus in education is responsiveness that promotes meaningful learning in the lives of our children. “It takes the collective minds of children, parents, teachers, staff, and administrators to design and create valuable learning experiences. I’ve been fortunate to see these learning ‘synapses’ happen when we offer our best efforts as a school community.”
Momi’s career in Provo City School District started in 2005 as a school counselor at Provo High that continued at Timpview High School through 2014. Momi expanded her professional career experience which included two distinct positions at the Utah State Board of Education supporting school counseling programs (2014-2016) and addressing issues of equity and access with families and school districts (2016-2018). In 2018, Momi rejoined the Timpview TBird Community as an assistant principal where she has served these past four years. She earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science and License in Educational Leadership at BYU and Master’s degree in Educational Counseling from University of Phoenix. She is a current student in her doctoral program at BYU continuing her focus and research in Educational Leadership.
The full time position will be posted to be hired in early 2023.