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Dr. Robert Kelty

Superintendent of Schools

Coconino High School

HQ Phone: (928) 527-1222

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Coconino High School

2800 S. Lone Tree Rd.

Flagstaff, Arizona 86001

United States

Company Description

Coconino Silent Witness provides a means of communications for members of the community to anonymously provide police agencies with information on unsolved crimes, crimes in progress and wanted fugitives. When arrests are made, cash rewards are offered. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Sheriff

County

Teacher

Flagstaff Today

Affiliations

County School Superintendent
AFHE

Board Member
Maine School

HONORARY BOARD Member
Arizona Educational Foundation

Education

American Indian education

University of New Mexico

Philosophy and Zoology

Louisiana State University

Bachelor of Arts degree

Philosophy

Louisiana State University , Baton Rouge

Doctorate

Curriculum and Instruction

Northern Arizona University

Masters

Education

University of New Mexico

honorary doctorate of humane letters

Northern Arizona University

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Media | AZEdNews

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Coconino County's Robert Kelty on education, opportunity

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Dr. Robert Kelty recently resigned as Coconino County Superintendent of Schools to become Teach for America's senior managing director of regional alumni support, but will stay on until a new superintendent is chosen.
In his new role with Teach for America, Kelty said he plans to take what works at schools across the country ... Read More


Az Daily Sun Archives - Flagstaff Top Producers Real Estate

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Robert Kelty works with at-risk youth as the Coconino County Superintendent of Schools. The "accommodation" school district under his supervision includes the compulsory schools for minors inside the adult and juvenile detention centers, a transition program for youth who have just been released from custody, and the alternative Ponderosa High School (and its sister school in Page, Tse'yaato' High). He said it's unique for the school district to work so closely with the county court system to provide a safety net.

This is the first year Ponderosa made "Adequate Yearly Progress," according to the federal government, and enrollment is up to between 65 and 70. Students are generally between ages 17 and 21, and they may have already dropped out, had a child, or been in jail.
Kelty has held office for about a year. In that time, he has partnered with the Ponderosa High arm and the juvenile court office to create a day program at the court and detention facility that allows recently released offenders to ease back into school.
"I think it's that type of attitude of everyone saying, 'Let's put our best ideas on the table and then implement them and then see if they're going to be successful' that really makes us stand out," he said.


Flagstaff Named in Top 100 Cities for Youth -

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Robert Kelty works with at-risk youth as the Coconino County Superintendent of Schools. The "accommodation" school district under his supervision includes the compulsory schools for minors inside the adult and juvenile detention centers, a transition program for youth who have just been released from custody, and the alternative Ponderosa High School (and its sister school in Page, Tse'yaato' High). He said it's unique for the school district to work so closely with the county court system to provide a safety net.

This is the first year Ponderosa made "Adequate Yearly Progress," according to the federal government, and enrollment is up to between 65 and 70. Students are generally between ages 17 and 21, and they may have already dropped out, had a child, or been in jail.
Kelty has held office for about a year. In that time, he has partnered with the Ponderosa High arm and the juvenile court office to create a day program at the court and detention facility that allows recently released offenders to ease back into school.
"I think it's that type of attitude of everyone saying, 'Let's put our best ideas on the table and then implement them and then see if they're going to be successful' that really makes us stand out," he said.


Flagstaff Archives - Flagstaff Top Producers Real Estate

www.flagstaffhouses.com [cached]

Robert Kelty works with at-risk youth as the Coconino County Superintendent of Schools. The "accommodation" school district under his supervision includes the compulsory schools for minors inside the adult and juvenile detention centers, a transition program for youth who have just been released from custody, and the alternative Ponderosa High School (and its sister school in Page, Tse'yaato' High). He said it's unique for the school district to work so closely with the county court system to provide a safety net.

This is the first year Ponderosa made "Adequate Yearly Progress," according to the federal government, and enrollment is up to between 65 and 70. Students are generally between ages 17 and 21, and they may have already dropped out, had a child, or been in jail.
Kelty has held office for about a year. In that time, he has partnered with the Ponderosa High arm and the juvenile court office to create a day program at the court and detention facility that allows recently released offenders to ease back into school.
"I think it's that type of attitude of everyone saying, 'Let's put our best ideas on the table and then implement them and then see if they're going to be successful' that really makes us stand out," he said.


Coconino County's Robert ...

azednews.com [cached]

Coconino County's Robert Kelty on education, opportunity

...
Dr. Robert Kelty recently resigned as Coconino County Superintendent of Schools to become Teach for America's senior managing director of regional alumni support, but will stay on until a new superintendent is chosen.
In his new role with Teach for America, Kelty said he plans to take what works at schools across the country to build exemplary public schools nationwide.
Robert Kelty HP
Dr. Robert Kelty recently resigned as Coconino County Superintendent of Schools to become Teach for America's senior managing director of regional alumni support.
"My professional paradigm has grown over the last thirteen years since joining Teach for America in 2001," said Kelty, who began teaching at Crownpoint Elementary School in New Mexico. "Yet, I still believe, without hesitation, that every child deserves the opportunity to obtain the American dream. The American dream is directly linked to education."
As superintendent since 2010, Kelty started a countywide kindergarten preparation program, increased technology and Internet access at rural schools, and added a transition school for students released from juvenile detention.

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