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Curriculum and Instruction Department

Virginia Feliz Jimenez Warwick,
WUSD Director of Curriculum and Instruction

I am a Treasure Hunter! I have worked or lived on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation since 1995. I received my Bachelor’s from Southwestern Assemblies of God University and a Master of Science in Educational Leadership and a Certificate in Bilingual Multicultural Education with an emphasis is ESL from Northern Arizona University. Now, I am finishing my Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Concordia University Chicago.   I began working for the district as a library aide in Feb 1999 at the old Seven Mile building.  Then I became the librarian and was there for the move to Canyon Day and became a kindergarten teacher.  I moved to Arlington, Texas for 5 years in 2003 where I taught kindergarten, Spanish, and was a district ELL coordinator.  I returned to Whiteriver and Cradleboard Elementary School in 2008 to be close to my parents who worked as the pastors of Whiteriver Assembly of God.  Here at Cradleboard, I worked as a kindergarten and 3rd grade teacher and an instructional coach for 4 years. Then I became the principal of Cradleboard Elementary in the 2016-2017 school year. I thoroughly enjoyed my time as principal, but in February of 2019 I moved to the district office as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction.  Overall, I have worked at the district for 17 years and 5 additional years teaching in Texas.  I am married to Brian Warwick who works with hospice and we have two boys in high school. I love being a part of WUSD Strong! 

WUSD Instructional Coaches

Christine McCabe, Alchesay High School Instructional Coach 

Tonya Bidtah, Canyon Day Junior High Instructional Coach

Doug Plath, Cradleboard Elementary Instructional Coach

Valerie Dehombreux, MVR Seven Mile Elementary Instructional Coach

Melissa Miller, Whiteriver Elementary Instructional Coach 

 

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