Mr Enright graduating from Arizona State University

Mr. Casey Enright

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Mr Enright teaches We the People, American Government, and Principles and Practices of Economics at Mesa High School. Prior to joining Jackrabbit Nation in 2016, Mr Enright taught and coached in the Kyrene School District at both Kyrene Centennial Middle School and Kyrene Altadeña Middle School. From 2014-2016, Mr Enright served as Social Studies Department Chair, taught eighth grade social studies, coached cross-country, led the Anime Club, and served as student council adviser at Kyrene Centennial Middle School. While working at Kyrene Altadeña Middle School from 2010-2014, Mr Enright taught seventh grade social studies, coached baseball and cross-country, served as a committee member on the Curriculum Literacy, Advocacy, and Support district committee, and served as Thinking Maps trainer for the district.

In December 2009, Mr Enright graduated magna cum laude from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education and a certificate in Jewish Studies. During his time at Arizona State University, Mr Enright was both a Jess Schwartz and Benjamin Goldberg Scholar, the recipient of the Hebrew Excellence Award, and appeared on the Dean's List multiple semesters. In addition, he was a member of S.P.A.R.K.S., Student Providing Awareness Resources and Knowledge for Success, talking with students from around the valley as to how they can prepare for and pay for college regardless of their socioeconomic status. While attending Arizona State University, Mr Enright spent a summer studying Hebrew language at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel. Before entering Arizona State University, Mr Enright attended Mesa Community College where he earned an Outstanding Business Student Award. From 2001-2002, Mr Enright attended the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe, Arizona and completed the Master Recording Program II. Lastly, in 2001, Mr Enright graduated from Fisher High School in Fisher, Minnesota.

In addition to teaching in Arizona public schools, Mr Enright serves an adjunct faculty member for the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education leading teacher seminars on the implementation of iCivics into classrooms. He also has written curriculum for and served as a camp leader for a civics-based summer camp sponsored by a non-profit organization. Additionally, Mr Enright worked for the Maricopa County Education Service Agency and served as an item writer and item evaluator for standardized social studies assessments published by the agency. Lastly, Mr Enright worked for the Arizona Department of Education serving as a committee member working with teachers from Arizona to create new social studies standards for the state.

When not teaching, Mr Enright enjoys spending time with his wife of 12 years and their three young children, Isaac (8), Reese (5), and Norah (3). In addition, Mr Enright is an avid fan of both Sun Devil and Yankee baseball. He is also an enormous fan of all kinds of music and loves reading comics.