Degrees and Certifications:
Alumna of Ganado High School Alumna of The University of Arizona -B.A. Religious Studies, emphasis in Middle Eastern Studies; minor in American Indian Studies Aluma of Rio Salado College - Post-baccalaureate in Special Education Highly Qualified K-12 Special Education Teacher
Miss LaTanya Curley
Thank you for choosing to educate your child at Window Rock Unified School District. I am very honored to be serving the students of Window Rock Unified School District #8. This is my 10th year with WRUSD #8 and my 15th year overall as an educator. I believe in data driven and research based instruction. I teach in a systematic way to ensure student growth. I teach to proficiency, so my students get a lot of review and repetition to master a skill. As a teacher of students with exceptionalities, I provide structured and individualized instruction that focuses on their annual education goals which are aligned to the Arizona state standards.
I want every student entrusted to me to feel safe, loved, and respected. Everyday I expect my students to put forth their best effort. I want them to feel successful and close the gap in learning. When they leave my classroom, I hope I am sending out caring, honest, empathetic, self-resilient, self-confident, and courageous individuals who will be impactful global citizens.
This 2021-2022 School Year I will be working with 2nd & 3rd grade students at Tsehootsooi Primary Learning Center and K-6th students at Tsehootsooi Dine' Bi'Olta. (To go back to the TPLC website click here: https://www.wrschool.net/domain/1676)
Miss Curley's Contact Information:
I respond to emails and texts from parents throughout the day. If you would like to speak with me directly over the phone please try calling between 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Classroom #: 729-7811
Specially Designed Instruction Sessions with Miss Curley
Specially Designed Instruction is based upon each student's Individualized Education Program (IEP). Some students recquire direct pull-out to work in the resource room with Miss Curley while others receive support in the general education classroom.