About Cullen...
Subject / Grade American History, Arizona Hisory and Criminal Justice
Room: C204
Phone: 480-224-2874
Email: Cullen
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. ~Eleanor Roosevelt"
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Welcome!

Let me first introduce myself. My name is Nicole Cullen and I have been working in CUSD for 14 years now. Remember everyone…this is a team effort! I, as your teacher, and you, as the students, WE need to work together in maintaining a comfortable and safe learning environment for all. It is expected that all students respect and understand the rules and policies of Perry High as well as the class syllabus. I'm looking forward to another great year and many more to come!

My Education and Professional Background

My name is Nicole Cullen and I've been teaching in CUSD for 14 years now. I am a former graduate of Chandler High and attended ASU. During my time at ASU, I was a scholar-athlete, played softball, and earned my degree in Criminal Justice. I completed my Masters in Secondary Education: Curriculum and Instruction from NAU. Prior to becoming a teacher, I was a bailiff in drug/criminal court for two years at the Superior Court of Arizona. I have been teaching at Perry High since its opening; currently teaching American/Az History and Criminal Justice. Additionally teaching, for the Chandler Online Academy, American/Az history, Criminology, and Law & Order. I am also certified in Advanced Placement American Government/Politics. In furthering my own education and experience, I am currently in the process of earning my certification as a Paralegal/Legal Assistant.

My Educational Philosophy

I believe in encouraging young people to find their niche in life, and to use the skills and knowledge obtained from school even beyond their high school years. I feel it is imperative to instill a sense of pride and integrity so that students can succeed and find out where their passion lies.
 

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