About Vezzosi...
Subject / Grade Counselor
Room: College and Career Center
Phone: 480-424-8080
Email: Vezzosi
"Little things make me proud.” Don’t give up. Reach down inside of yourself and you’ll find something left. Paul “Bear” Bryant “Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But you learn, my God do you learn." C.S. Lewis"
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My Education and Professional Background

I have been a professional educator and coach for over 20 years. During this time, I have taught and collaborated on every level (elementary to graduate-college). I have also served in several leadership roles including counseling department chair and head football coach. These roles have included the mentoring and supervision of students, colleagues, and athletes. During my 20 years in education, I have learned that collaboration and feedback are essential to building positive relationships and effective learning outcomes. In my spare time, I am an avid runner and weightlifter that enjoys training individuals also seeking specific health and wellness goals. As a result, I often search for new documentaries, research, and books that focus on human performance. My wife and three daughters share this passion for human growth and performance.

My Educational Philosophy

Education is an evolution. There are constant changes that require flexibility, perseverance, and commitment. As Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant once stated, “Little things make me proud.” These “little things” facilitate growth academically, physically, socially, and spiritually. These “little things” also develop character and promote high standards and expectations. These standards and expectations challenge students to take an active role in their education. Personally, I am willing to listen to the needs and concerns of my students. I am a constant advocate (for my students) and will attempt to always keep life in perspective.
 

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