Charie Wallace, Superintendent

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Charie Wallace is a lifelong resident of and educator in Pinal County living and working in the communities of Eloy, Casa Grande, and Coolidge. During her educational tenure she has been a teacher, principal, Director of Curriculum, and Superintendent.

She is a graduate of Coolidge High School and received her bachelor’s degree in political science, English and speech from the University of Arizona. She subsequently earned two masters —one in Reading and the other in Educational Administration—from the University of Arizona.

Mrs. Wallace has a strong public and charter school background in culturally diverse communities; an established record of school reform, curriculum implementation, staff supervision, people development, instructional improvement and school district finance restructuring.

She is active in the community serving on numerous local and statewide boards including the Banner Casa Grande Regional Advisory Board and Commission on Appellate Court Appointments.

Mrs. Wallace believes in an instructional-oriented, student-centered philosophy that emphasizes teaching and learning, equal academic and co-curricular opportunities for all students, high academic standards, student participation and achievement, technology literacy, cultural awareness, character education, basic skills mastery and enrichment, and a positive school climate that promotes respect, responsibility, citizenship, and self-discipline. She puts a great emphasis on interpersonal relations with all segments of the school/district/community population. Motivation of people through the use of good, human relations skills by taking a genuine personal interest in them, treating them with dignity and respect, and make them feel like an important part of the educational process and community is fundamental to her leadership style.

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