Principal

Mr. Tom Ott

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Mr. Tom Ott

Mr. Ott has been an educator for thirteen years in both Osceola and Orange County. Mr. Ott holds a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of
North Florida along with various other credentials.

Mr. Ott believes that our mission as educators is to help our students and their families find each individuals pathway to success in the ultimate goal of a career for every
student.

Mr. Ott is entering his fourth year as the Principal of Osceola Technical College and his second year as the Principal at PATHS.

Assistant Principal

Mrs. Maggie Miquel

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Mrs. Maggie Miquel

Mrs. Miquel has served Osceola County Schools for 16 years. She has been a Family and Consumer Science Teacher, Dean of Students, Learning Resource Specialist,
before becoming an Assistant Principal at PATHS.

Mrs. Miquel has a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Easter Illinois University and Master's Degree in Educational Administration from Stetson University.

Mrs. Miquel has also worked for Walt Disney World as a facilitator for the Youth Education Series program. Mrs. Miquel enjoys spending time with her husband, Paul and going to visit her family in Illinois.

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Ms. Rebecca Rutkowski

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Ms. Rebecca Rutkowski

Mrs. Rutkowski has been serving students and their families  in Osceola County as an educator for the past fourteen years.  She received a bachelor's degree in Health    Sciences from Lock Haven University, Pennsylvania, a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida.

Osceola County has helped Mrs. Rutkowski cultivate experiences in order to prepare her for the Assistant Principal appointment at Osceola Technical College and PATHS. 
She has held diverse positions, which include teaching,
Dean of Students, MTSS Coach, Learning Resource Specialist, and testing coordinator.  Being an educator is a passion for Mrs. Rutkowski as she appreciates the complexities of meeting the individual needs of each student.