Sean Anderson (Principal)
Sean Anderson has been in education for 11 years. He has had the opportunity to live and teach in many different environments, most recently coming to us from a bush village in northern Alaska. Mr Anderson has experience in both mainstream public schools as well as charter schools. His teaching experience ranges from grades 5-12. Primarily focusing in science education but has taught everything from history to government to music and math.
Mr. Anderson is married and has six children. Family is his biggest out-of-school activity. They enjoy the outdoors in a variety of activities like camping, hiking, skiing, biking, boating, or just playing at the park.
Betsy Bowers (Registrar/Admin Assistant/Records Clerk)
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 Schools with 10+ years of administrative experience, with a 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 educational team that is making a difference in our children's live.
Kyleigh Becker (Social Studies)
Kyleigh Becker started teaching at Park View Middle School in 2017 after receiving her Bachelor's in General Studies and Master's in Communication from Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas, where she taught speech as a graduate teaching assistant for over a year. When not at the school or the library, she can be found cooking, researching or taking photographs.
Jody Gratz (Language Arts)
Xavier Magdaleno(Social Studies)
Born in Oxnard CA, Mr. Magdaleno was raised in Southern California. He is the sixth of seven children. He has been married for over 25 yrs. to his beautiful wife who also shares his love of teaching. Mr. Magdaleno received his Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Fresno Pacific University and his Masters degree in Education from Adams State University. His hobbies include cooking, working on cars, going to the movies and gardening. He also loves music, singing and playing guitar and is a member of his church's praise and worship team. His favorite past time is spending time with his family.
Daniel Bradford (Art)
Michelle Poole (Special Education)
Mrs. Poole has been teaching for 20 years both in regular and special education. She likes to work with students and enjoys the education atmosphere. Mrs. Poole grew up in Laguna Hills, California. In 1994, she earned her B.S. in Secondary Social Science Education from the University of South Florida. She taught in Florida working in the Social Studies discipline and began working with special needs children through the inclusion process as a regular education teacher. When she came to Arizona, Mrs. Poole became the special education teacher that we know today.
Jordan Faehn (Science)
Mr. Faehn spent the last nine years working in the Mayer Unified School District. It was there that he discovered that he loved to teach. He has an Environmental Science degree from the University of Phoenix. Mr. Faehn was born in North Dakota but spent most of his life in Arizona. He is looking forward to teaching Science to Middle School and High School students this year.
Jamie Slocum (Music)
David Moran (Physical Education)