By Stephanie Ingersoll, QCUSD
Queen Creek Unified School District Superintendent, Dr. Perry Berry is pleased to announce the hiring of Mrs. Nancy Diab Scott as the new Director of Curriculum and Career and Technical Education (CTE). The QCUSD Governing Board approved Mrs. Diab Scott’s position at the April 2 Board meeting. She will officially join the District at the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
Mrs. Diab Scott has proudly served in education for the past nineteen years. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in History. She also has a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction and is certified in Educational Leadership. Recently, Mrs. Diab Scott earned her Superintendent’s certificate.
Nancy discovered her passion for teaching while working at Carson Junior High in Mesa. After five years of classroom teaching, she transitioned into administration. She was a team lead and an assistant principal for eight years in both K-8 and high school settings. In 2012, she had the honor of opening Sossaman Middle School as the principal. In 2016, she began her service as principal of Higley High School.
“I have a passion for connecting with students and making learning meaningful,” Nancy said. “I am excited to bring that passion to the Queen Creek Unified School District family and am committed to serving students, staff, and the community to the best of my ability.”
Mrs. Diab Scott is supported by her husband, Patrick, and two fur babies, Reina and Izzy. She loves Chicago Cubs baseball and is on her way to achieving one of her dreams which is to visit all Major League Baseball Stadiums. She prides herself on her positive outlook and passion for life. great for enjoying a cup a coffee.
About QCUSD: Queen Creek Unified School District supports the development of the whole child by modeling positive academic, social and emotional learning through an innovative and challenging curriculum. Learning is maximized by empowering the community, and its members, to partner with us to create safe and secure learning environments for all students. Queen Creek Unified School District expects its students to be successful, compassionate and productive in their learning so that the next generation of ethical citizens can lead our community both locally and globally.