• About Ashley Greenlee...

    Position: Special Education Teacher

    Room: D112

    Phone: 480-883-5121

    Email: Ashley Greenlee

     Ashley Greenlee

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    Hi! I am SO excited to be your 9-12 special education teacher!
    Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns! (:

    My Education and Professional Background

    I am a CUSD alum! I graduated from Perry High School in 2019. I graduated from The University of Arizona in 2022 (BEAR DOWN!) My degree is in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Physiology, Technology, Health, and Society while double minoring in Biochemistry and Family Studies and Human Development. I finished my degree in 3 years! 

    Prior to teaching, I worked at Phoenix Children's Hospital as a medical scribe under the Neurosurgery department, where I got to work alongside Neurosurgeons, Medical Assistants, Nurses, Physician Assistants, etc. 

    This year I will be the head girl's coach for cross country as well! 

    During my free time, I enjoy doing outdoor activities (golfing, running, hiking, etc.), love shopping, and spending quality time with my friends and loved ones! 

    I want to create a safe space for my students and their families as my former teachers have done for me. I am so excited to be here at Hamilton, GO HUSKIES!

    My Educational Philosophy

    Every classroom and every student is unique; my goal is to create a learning environment in which students feel safe to express and accept themselves for who they are.

    I strive to teach in a manner that is relevant to students' lives.

    As an educator, I take pride in this profession to help guide future generations reach their goals whether that be personal or academic goals. With dedication, hard work, and warmth, I believe to each student can reach any of their goals.

    I want to model my love of learning to my students when teaching.