Scottsdale Charro Foundation honors SUSD teachers, students


On April 24, the Charro Foundation‘s banquet for Outstanding Educators and High School Students of the Year were honored.

The outstanding educators and students are:

Elementary Schools: Amy Coleman, Anasazi Elementary; Elizabeth Rowley, Arcadia Neighborhood Learning Center; Laura Batko, Cherokee Elementary; Shannon McCarthy, Cheyenne Elementary; Melissa Wilson, Cochise Elementary; Beth Angleman, Copper Ridge School; Denise Franko, Desert Canyon Elementary; Maggie Finan, Hohokam Elementary; Dave Hanlon, Hopi Elementary; Kristi Breshears, Kiva Elementary; Jennifer Moore, Laguna Elementary; Joanna Johnson, Navajo Elementary; Jennifer Jewett, Pima Elementary; Brenda Amparan, Pueblo Elementary; Dan Carpenter, Redfield Elementary; Gail Robins, Sequoya Elementary; Maria Hase, Tavan Elementary; Alison Bunde, Tonalea Elementary and Mary Simpson, Yavapai Elementary.

Middle Schools: Elizabeth Missal, Arcadia Neighborhood Learning Center; Frances Lax, Cheyenne Traditional School; Tami Carr, Cocopah Middle School; Tarrin Schultz, Copper Ridge School; Larry Bloom, Desert Canyon Middle School; Rachelle Ramage, Ingleside Middle School; Sal Guardiola, Mohave Middle School; Mark Winans, Mountainside Middle School and Shawn Crosier, Supai Middle School.

High Schools: Rob Reniewicki, Arcadia High School; Joe Olney, Chaparral High School; Victoria Adam, Desert Mountain High School; Susan Lindberg, Saguaro High School and Tom Roxborough, Coronado High School

High School Students: Noah Zweiback and Sydney Kirsch, Arcadia High School; Trent Waller and Anita Ramaswamy, Chaparral High School; Jack Shipka and Emily Osman, Desert Mountain High School; Grayson Meadows and Sydney Allen, Saguaro High School and Leonel Bello Maurilio and Nina Muscat, Coronado High School.

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