Meet the Faculty

Amanda Skubick

Fourth Grade Math/Science Teacher
Math Coordinator
Elementary School Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Coordinator
Amanda began teaching in 2009 as a 6th grade teacher at Redwood Elementary in Salt Lake City, Utah. Prior to joining Campbell Hall in 2017, Amanda taught at David Gourley for one year and Canyons School District for three years in Salt Lake City. She served as the Technology Integration Specialist for Greenbrier East High School in West Virginia and then as a Lead K-2 teacher and Administrative Intern at Academy of Math and Science Flower Street in Phoenix. Amanda is a T.H. Bell Grant recipient as well as the recipient of one of only nine University of Utah Teacher Internships. She also received the ETS Recognition of Excellence for scoring in the top 15% of Praxis Teaching Exam. Amanda holds a B.S. in Elementary Education with a minor in Early Childhood Education from the University of Utah and M.Ed in Educational Leadership and Policy from Arizona State University. She received her English as a Second Language, Technology Integration, and Elementary Math Specialist credentials from Southern Utah University.

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