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Suzanne Wilson, Reading

   Suzanne Wilson is certified as a Dyslexia Therapist, trained at the Multisensory Language Training Institute of NM. She is accredited by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council and the International Dyslexia Association. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Boston University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of New Mexico. She has New Mexico State Licensure: Level Two Professional Pre-K-12; Specialty Area License with Endorsement in Reading, Visual Arts and Modern and Classical Languages. Since 2013, Suzanne has worked as a Reading Intervention Specialist at Taos Integrated School for the Arts (TISA), teaching students who […]

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Gina Gargone

Gina Gargone is pleased to be part of the TISA family as the middle school science teacher. In previous years Gina worked with TISA teaching theater to grades K-8. Gina has always had a love for the outdoors and the natural world. She has a bachelor’s in theater with a background in Marine Biology and Botany. Gina brings her extreme enthusiasm, love of the scientific method (experiment and document!), and her understanding of the importance of integrating the arts with all learning disciplines into the classroom with her every day. Parents and students alike are encouraged to reach out to her at   Contact me at: Blog […]

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Sally Greywolf

Raised in the Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon, Sally earned a BA in Education from Prescott College, graduated with honors from the University of Northern Colorado with a MA in Special Education, & acquired Level III NM teaching licenses in K-8 elementary educcation & preK-12 special education, with endorsements in TESOL/gifted education. Sally spent time as a SPED teacher with Questa HS, worked in an Appalachian school facility for adjudicated teens, served as an English teacher in China, volunteered in England, led elephants/cooked on jungle treks in Thailand, operated a home-based pottery business, and spent countless hours astride a horse, working […]

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Linda Seto

  Linda was born and raised in Lebanon, Egypt and Iran. Her mother’s family is from south Texas in the Rio Grande Valley and her father is Japanese Canadian from British Columbia. They met in Illinois and were sent overseas to Iran in 1945. Her father was a Presbyterian minister with the World Council of Churches in the Middle East from 1945-1980. In 1975, Linda graduated from Tehran Community School, an international school serving grades K-12th grades.    Linda attended Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, majoring in English literature and education. After graduation, she moved out to New Mexico in […]

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Melissa Price

2021/2022 will be Melissa’s seventeenth year as a teacher and fifth year teaching Kindergarten at Taos Integrated School of the Arts.  She holds Level III teaching licenses in both general education and special education. Five and six year olds are very near and dear to Melissa’s heart.  She thoroughly enjoys all of their questions, energy, creativity, and enthusiasm for learning. Students in her classroom engage in integrated arts lessons in reading, writing, and mathematics but also have daily opportunities to learn through play and explore STEAM activities and social/emotional learning. Contact me at: Blog Link:

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