About Cutler...
Subject / Grade Mathematics / 9th-12th
Room: 422
Phone: (480) 812-7822
Email: Cutler
"…if we expect [kids] to be winners they will be winners. They rise, or fall, to the level of the expectations of those around them, especially their parents and their teachers."
-- Jaime Escalante

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I am a fourth generation AZ Native and am a direct descendent of an Arizona Pioneer as my Great-Grandfather settled here before we were a state! This is my second stint teaching at Chandler High. The first was from 1994 – 2000. I spent the years in between working in the semiconductor industry. I am glad I was able to return to CHS in 2017 and look forward to bringing my added corporate experiences to enhance the learning of a new generation of children!

My Education and Professional Background

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Education – Mathematics and a Master's Degree in Educational Media and Computers. Both of which were earned at Arizona State University. I taught High School for eight years before moving into the private sector. I spent 16 years working as a Training Program Manager with Intel Corporation where I helped their technicians and engineers progress towards advancing their degrees. Over the past 20 years I have also worked as an adjunct faculty member at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. During my career, I have taught everything from Pre-Algebra through Calculus I, but my passion and area of specialty is around Pre-Calculus.

My Educational Philosophy

I believe there is always something new to learn and everyone has the ability to learn each new thing as long as they put forth the effort. Struggling to obtain new knowledge is good. It teaches us the value of hard work and perseverance. As Michael Jordan once said, 'I can accept failure - everyone fails at something, but I cannot accept not trying.'

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