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Neda Boyce wants to get to know South staff and students

Neda Boyce, the new administrator for the Media Arts and Design Program, is ready to meet and catch up with students and teachers.

Neda Boyce, the new administrator for the Media Arts and Design Program, is ready to meet and catch up with students and teachers.

Photo by Zynajia Mingo

Neda Boyce, the new administrator for the Media Arts and Design Program, is ready to meet and catch up with students and teachers.

Photo by Zynajia Mingo

Photo by Zynajia Mingo

Neda Boyce, the new administrator for the Media Arts and Design Program, is ready to meet and catch up with students and teachers.

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South Mountain High School has a new administrator in the  Media Arts and Design Academy. Her name is Neda Boyce.

Boyce was on maternity leave for the first quarter of the school year, but now she is here and ready to work.

“I was interested in being a part of the academies and South Mountain has such a great history. I feel so lucky to be here,” Boyce said. “I’ve always loved the arts and I saw some of the cool projects that have come out of the Media Arts and Design classes. They have so many cool opportunities for students to tap into their passion and be creative”

Boyce began her education career in the classroom.

“I started as a teacher in Phoenix Union. I taught biology and chemistry at Bio-Science  and then I was at Central and North as a professional development specialist,” she said.

Because she missed the first quarter, Boyce knows she has a lot of catching up to do.

“One of my goals is to get to know the staff and students. In order to be of service to the community, I need to first invest time getting to know the students and teachers, understating what they need,” Boyce said .

Boyce also wants to engage with students’ parents as active participants in their children’s education.

“I think it’s important to know that administration is available and accessible to them,” said Boyce. “I like to call home or meet with parents of students that are doing great things in school. Our parents and families are partners. I also like to invite families to events we have on campus.”

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