Big Welcome for New Principal, Brett Goble!

Brett Goble and advisory

As we kick off the twelfth year of City High School, there is much news to share and celebrate, including the appointment of Brett Goble as principal. Brett is not new to City High School; he is a co-founder and has taken on a variety of leadership roles since the school’s earliest days, from business manager to outreach center director to lead teacher. He brings to his new post a deep knowledge and experience with all aspects of running a school.

Brett Goble, pictured above with his advisory group at last year’s retreat, is a beloved veteran teacher, with over fifteen years of classroom experience as a history and humanities teacher. He received National Board Certification in 2011 (read press release), which is considered the highest national standard of excellence for the profession. Brett is also a national facilitator with the School Reform Initiative and has led professional development trainings for school administrators and teachers from throughout the United States. Read more about Brett’s background in the staff directory.

Brett will be working alongside other school leaders, including longtime assistant principal and dean of students Jeff Hartman, co-founder and director of the college readiness program Eve Rifkin, and after school coordinator Tom Moore.

Carrie Brennan will be focusing on her role as executive director of CITY Center for Collaborative Learning. She is leading the nonprofit organization through a period of growth as it prepares to offer a wider array of research-based professional development for educators and schools, to take on the Paulo Freire Freedom middle schools in July 2016, and to make a greater impact on the educational landscape in Arizona and beyond.

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