PV Teacher was Chosen for the Second Time to Participate in Fellowship Program
A local educator was chosen for a fellowship program, but not just any typical program. Mark Sass was asked, along with twelve other teachers from across the nation, to be a 2014 Hope Street Group National Teacher Fellow! They will be able to collaborate to share insights and provide recommendations to improve effectiveness for students in the classroom.
Sass chose a few other careers before becoming a teacher in Paradise Valley. He enjoys teaching social sciences at Legacy High School, and is one of the founding teachers at the school! Sass is currently working two positions – one as a teacher, and the other at Adams 12 district headquarters working on Standards Based Grades in the district.
It is no wonder this Paradise Valley resident was chosen for the position. With his ongoing leadership roles in education and how it will help the community proves he is capable of almost any challenge! This is Sass’ second fellowship program. Two years ago he was accepted into the Aspen Institute Teacher Leader two-year fellowship.