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Brian Mabb

Assistant Principal

QUEEN CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

HQ Phone:  (480) 987-5935

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QUEEN CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

20217 E. Chandler Heights Road

Queen Creek, Arizona,85142

United States

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Altruistic New Principal Takes Helm At PHS | News | The Boomerang Project

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Brian Mabb, the new principal at Payson High School, has a soft spot for freshmen.
His first experience teaching through the Teach America Program placed him in middle school. He discovered the toughness and vulnerability in the age group. Because of his sensitivity to the younger students, as a vice principal at Queen Creek he noticed the freshmen having a difficult time transitioning into the new school. "We need to help freshmen," he told his school. "So I researched what we could do and found the Link Crew program that Payson already uses." Link Crew trains juniors and seniors in high school to act as mentors to the incoming freshmen. "It does team building and creates a sense of culture," said Mabb. Mabb said he saw immediate positive results from implementing the program at Queen Creek. "Freshmen attendance numbers improved, academics improved and discipline rates improved," said Mabb. Mabb admits he likes collecting, analyzing, and applying data. After settling into the Payson High School (PHS) principalship, Mabb plans on creating a survey for staff and parents to find out what the school does right and what it needs to improve. Mabb has not had too many surprises in his first two weeks on the job, but he has had a few aha moments. "I was excited to see Payson uses the Link Crew program and I appreciate that (Superintendent Ron) Hitchcock and I are aligned with our personal philosophies," said Mabb. Coming from a big city, he appreciates how Payson has done a lot with a little, but he sees how the community rallies to help the schools. "We have to do this together," he said. Mabb experienced the value of the group dynamic in Queen Creek. A young man who went through the program his freshman year, came to him as a junior wanting to be a Link Crew member. However, this young man had visited Mabb's office many times during his freshman and sophomore years because he made poor decisions and was "just squirrely," said Mabb. Mabb hesitated to give the young man the responsibility of mentoring freshmen until he read his application essay. "He wrote, 'I know I've messed up and am not the best role model,'" said Mabb. "He went on to say that he had wasted a lot of time in high school, but he had changed in particular because of Link Crew and he wanted to share his experience with freshmen." Mabb said he supported the student becoming a Link Crew member and by the time he left high school he had made a heartening turnaround. Mabb understands that programs such as Link Crew and a good campus environment improve student achievement. "Student achievement can't happen without a caring environment," said Mabb. He looks forward to creating that at Payson High School. Mabb is a family man. He has remained in Arizona because of his family. He did his research and decided Payson is a great place to raise a family that is still close to Phoenix where much of his family still lives. He has four children - two daughters, aged 14 and 12, and two sons aged 10 and 3. "The three-year old thinks that he is 35," said Mabb. He has three brothers, each of whom have their own children. His parents bought a large piece of property near Clay Springs where the family often gathers. "Each summer they hold the Maab Family Olympics. It's not pretty, but it's fun," said Mabb, a little sheepishly.


ASA - Arizona School Administrators: Secondary

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Brian Mabb, Assistant Principal
Queek Creek High School 526 E Commerce Ave Gilbert, AZ 85234 Phone: (480) 987-5962 Fax: (480) 882-1276


QCUSD - Queen Creek High School: Home

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Congratulations to Mr. Mabb
A huge congratulations to Mr. Brian Mabb - QCHS Assistant Principal. He has been selected as the Arizona 2012 State Assistant Principal of the Year! Read more>>>


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Brian Mabb
Assistant Principal


QCHS Staff

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Brian Mabb
Dean of Students bmabb@qcusd.org


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