Park View Middle School

Learners today. Leaders tomorrow.



Betsy Bowers (SAIS Coordinator/Admin Assistant/Records Clerk/Transportation Director)

Mrs. Betsy Bowers has worked at Park View since 2009. She loves working with Park View students, and she finds her heart closest to working with pre-teen and teenage students. Mrs. Bowers grew up in Arizona but attended college in California where she earned a degree in Business and many certificates while studying court reporting, computers, and education. She taught community college classes including business math, various computer software programs, and grammar. After moving back to Arizona, she taught computer and keyboard classes to students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Education has always been very important to Mrs. Bowers, and she strives to pass her love for education onto students. She will always welcome you with a smile and an open ear.

Linda Goodman (Admin. Assistant/ NSLP Coordinator)

Mrs. Goodman comes to Park View / Canyon View with 10+ years of administrative experience, with a dedicated commitment for working within educational field. With a husband who is also in the education field as a Special education teacher, she is committed to being a part of our team that is making a difference in our children's lives.

Jody Gratz (Social Studies)

Jeaneen Leach (English)

Nick Zarka (Math)

Before coming to Park View, Mr. Nick Zarka taught at Millikan High School in Long Beach, Ca and received his teaching credential from California State University Long Beach. He graduated as a member of the First Linked Learning cohort. He fell in love with teaching from his 8th grade social studies teacher who would dress up and act like famous figures in history. He loves teaching at Park View because he is greeted each morning by his students with smiling faces. The students and teaching staff have always been supportive of him and make each day enjoyable and fun filled.

Jessica Heinbaugh (Science)

 Before coming to Park View, she was a wildlife biologist, which makes sense because she loves animals. Students describe her as focused, engaged, and compassionate. They say, “She really loves science and makes us love science too.”

Liz Romberger (art)

Ms. Romberger is a 2014 graduate of NAU with a major in art education. She is from Payson, Arizona, and moved here with her fiancee and 2 furry children (dogs, Maya and Ridge) this summer. She loves art and embraces the weird and creative. 

Alex Bond (Physical Education)