• About Mr. Arias...

    Position: 6th Grade Teacher

    Room: 33

    Phone: 480-883-4063

    Email: Mr. Arias

    Mr. Arias

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    Welcome!

    Welcome to my page! My name is Milton Arias, and I am the newest member to Bologna's Sixth Grade Team. I am super happy to be here and to make impactful memories with the students who come through my door!

    My Education and Professional Background

    I earned my bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management in 2011. I later earned my master’s degree in Management with a concentration in Organizational Leadership & Change in 2016. I worked in corporate America for about 11-12 years when I decided I wanted to make a quarter of a twist to my career and be around kids all day. I couldn't be happier with my decision and feel excited every day to be around my students. I hope to bring my real-world experience into the classroom and share what I know and incorporate how what we learn in the classroom can truly help students in the future. 

    I joined Bologna October 2022 and started my post-bachelorette program to earn my teaching certification through Scottsdale Community College. I plan to finish December of 2023. I am a lifelong learner. I get excited when I learn new ideas, especially in social studies and science. I also discovered a newfound passion to read as an adult, mainly self-help books and biographies. I love reading about people's lives and the perseverance they endured to accomplish the goals they set out to achieve.

    My Educational Philosophy

    My educational philosophy is simple. I will borrow some of Albert Einstein's words here. I firmly believe we are all born geniuses. Every single one of us has a talent, a gift to share with the world. It is our responsibility as teachers to help each child discover what this talent/gift is they will one day share with the world.

    Mark Twain once said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” And I am here to help each student find out the "why."