Mountain Vista welcomes new SPED teacher

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Kathryn Argentati

  Kathryn Argentati is the lone new teacher to Mountain Vista School in Oracle.

  She will be teaching special education in the sixth through eighth grades. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in ASU and a certificate in Special Education from Pima College.

  “I have always enjoyed working with kids,” Kathryn told the Miner, “and after substitute teaching for many years, realized that I wanted to go back to school and become a teacher!”

  She hopes to continue teaching at Mountain Vista for as long as they will have her.

  Kathryn enjoys reading traveling and hanging out with her family and friends in her spare time.

  Her husband is David Argentati and they have three grown children, David (25), Stephen (22) and Rebekah (19).

  Welcome to Oracle, Kathryn.

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