Ms. Kristin Wills-Retay

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Phone: (480) 472-8109

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Education and Experience:

  • University of Arizona, BS in Special Education - Deaf Studies and Interpreting, 2013
  • University of Arizona, M.Ed in Secondary Education, 2016
  • Interpreting: 3 years of educational interpreting
  • Teaching: 4 years completed 

2021/2022 Schedule:

Red Mountain Bell Schedule 

A-Hour: ASL 1

1st Hour: ASL 1

2nd Hour: ASL 1

3rd Hour: ASL 3

4th Hour: ASL 2

5th Hour: Lunch

6th Hour: ASL 2

7th Hour: Prep

Tutoring Schedule: Monday-Friday before or after school by appointment and Wednesday/Friday during lunch by appointment. 

Biography:

Hello and welcome to American Sign Language. I am so excited you are in my ASL class! My name is Kristin Wills-Retay. I was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona and graduated from Mountain View High School. Upon graduating high school, I attended the University of Arizona where I earned my Bachelor's in Special Education - Deaf Studies and Interpreting. After earning my degree in 2013, I spent 3 years interpreting for Deaf students in the educational setting. I then decided to return to school, again to the University of Arizona, where I earned my Master's in Education - focusing on secondary education. Fast forward a couple of years, and I am now entering my 5th year of teaching (3rd year at RMHS). 

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While teaching is a passion and one of the main focal points to my life, it is not all I do. I enjoy reading, playing with my 2 dogs, spending time with family, and traveling with my husband. We are excited to say our first child is on the way and will be coming August 2021. I also coach for a club synchronized swimming team, the Arizona Desert Dolphins AND own my own Etsy shop making dog and cat collars. 

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My first two year at Red Mountain have been nothing but valuable, happy, insightful, and FUN. I hope when your student leaves RM to move on to bigger things that he/she will look back on his/her time in Mesa Public Schools and say the same thing, and I hope that I was a part of it.