Mrs. Marguerite Brown
As simple as it sounds, we all must try to be the best person we can: by making the best choices, by making the most of the talents we've been given.
~Mary Lou Retton
Over the past 11 years, Marguerite Brown has devoted her life to the service of others in the field of special education. She spent six years as a special education teacher at Mesa Junior High. Upon its closing, she transferred to Red Mountain High School where she has spent the four years as a Sophomore Resource English teacher and an inclusion facilitator for a Sophomore English class. Her last year spent at RMHS, she was the school's Academic Interventionist. A year ago she embarked on a whole new journey. She stepped into the world of administration by accepting a position as Poston's Team Leader.
In addition to her work in the classroom, Mrs. Brown has provided background help for the athletic department in several different areas. In the 2012-2013 school year, Marguerite participated in the application for the AIA Blue Cup award of which we were awarded. Mrs. Brown also facilitated the athletic/academic intervention for all athletes in the 2013-2014 school year. Furthermore, from 2013-2015 she aided our athletic program by being an Assistant Coach for the Girls Varsity Soccer team.
Marguerite Brown has earned her Bachelor's of Science in Special Education from Arizona State University in 2006. She continued her education by earning a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University in 2013.
Outside of school, Marguerite is a mother of two, Caine (7 yrs old) and Cooper (4 yrs old). Her husband, Curtis, is involved in the solar industry. As a family, they enjoy outside outings and try to be as active as possible.
Marguerite is known for being actively caring and insightful. She does what needs to be done to ensure that those around her are being treated fairly. Most importantly, she believes that her role as an administrator is to be a facilitator of instilling an academic focus, not delivering or departing consequences to students.