Coronado teacher selected as a Rodel Aspiring Principal
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Coronado teacher selected as a Rodel Aspiring Principal

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  • Becky Kelbaugh/Scottsdale Unified School District

Molly Saddler, an English teacher at Coronado High School, has been selected to participate in the Rodel Exemplary Principal initiative as a Rodel Aspiring Principal.

“We are extremely proud that Molly has been chosen for this honor. Molly has strong leadership skills and will make a great principal in the future,” said Assistant Superintendent Dr. Andi Fourlis.

Ms. Saddler, along with the other participants, will begin a two-year course of training, shadowing and mentorship with a Rodel Exemplary Principal as they prepare to become principals at high-need schools.

Rodel, in partnership with Social Venture Partners Arizona, developed the Rodel Exemplary Principal Initiative to recognize outstanding school principals and populate a pipeline of highly skilled school leaders for Arizona’s most challenging schools.

Each cohort of Exemplary Principals provides professional development, field experience and mentorship to a class of Rodel Aspiring Principals. After learning from the best, Rodel Aspiring Principals are better prepared to lead their own high-need schools.

Scottsdale Unified School District, where we Engage, Educate and Empower Every Student, Every Day. The District and 15 schools have earned the state’s highest A-F Achievement Profile grade – A.

All Scottsdale schools are graded as A, B, or C by the Arizona Department of Education. For more information about Scottsdale Unified schools, please visit