District Leadership

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    Meet Dr. Dino Coronado -- Superintendent

     Dr. Dino Coronado  Superintendent, Dr. Dino Coronado, has more than 13 years of experience in public education. He started his educational career as a Special Education teacher and football  coach and later became a principal, district administrator, and Area Superintendent in El Paso and Houston, Texas. Prior to his educational career, heserved proudly in the U.S. Army fornearly 22 years and retired at the second highest rank (First Sergeant/E-8) that an enlisted personcan attain. Coronado earned a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and a Master of Education in Educational Administration from The University of Texas at El Paso, a Master of Arts in Management from Webster University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from The University of Northern Iowa.He is a recent graduate fromthe Superintendent Leadership Academy with the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) and has completed the Strategic Marketing Management for School Leaders program at Rice University as well as the Redesigning High Schools for Improved Instruction institute at Harvard University.

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    Meet Dr. Quintin Boyce-- Chief Administrative Officer

    Dr. Quintin Boyce speaks at MLK Tree Planting Ceremony The Roosevelt School District No. 66 welcomed a new leader to the district on Feb. 5, 2019. Dr. Quintin Boyce, will serve as the new Chief Administrative Officer on an interim basis.  

     Dr. Boyce was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and has been an educator since 2002.  He attended Arizona State University, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in 2001, a Master’s degree in Secondary Education in 2004 and his Doctorate in 2012. In 2005, Dr. Boyce began working in the Phoenix Union High School District as a teacher at South Mountain High School and Bioscience High School where he taught Biology, Chemistry, and Forensics.  In 2012, he moved from the classroom into school level administration as Principal of Bioscience High School and later moved to Camelback High School to serve as the Principal. Prior to joining the Roosevelt School District No.66 Executive Leadership Team as the interim Chief Administrative Officer, Dr. Boyce held a district-level position as Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, at Phoenix Union High School District.



    “Joining the Roosevelt School District family has given me an amazing opportunity to reconnect with the community that both welcomed and saw my start as an educator in Arizona,” said Dr. Boyce. “My teaching career formally began in Atlanta, Georgia; however, it was the community of South Phoenix that fostered the passion and love for teaching and learning that would go on to mark my appreciation for the people of South Phoenix,” he added. 

    "If education is the ultimate equalizer, then quality learning opportunities are paramount", said Dr. Quintin Boyce.

     Boyce is married and has two daughters and a son. He enjoys remaining active in his community and engaging in recreational sports.