Corianna Lee
Mrs. Lee has been teaching for the Coolidge Unified School District for five years and has been teaching for a total of 15 years in public education.  Mrs. Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts in Dance from Arizona State University and a Master's Degree in Special Education from Grand Canyon University. Within her fifteen years of teaching she has taught dance, drama, student council, stage production and special education. Mrs. Lee is currently teaching dance, drama and stage production in addition to her position as the Coolidge Performing Arts Center Director.  Mrs. Lee has extensive community experience in addition to her public education experience she has worked as an extra curricular color guard instructor clinician for numerous high school and middle school programs, volunteered for several years as a choreographer and director for the Casa Grande Drama Boosters' annual production of "Nutcracker", established and directed "Desert Stage Dance Company", serving as the Teen Theater director, and actor with "The Black Box Foundation" and as an actor and choreographer for Central Arizona College.  She believes that the arts are accessible to all students of all ability levels and backgrounds, and when engaged in the arts can change lives!
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