Hybridge® offers dynamic online content that can be used alongside core instruction to help students practice and master grade-level skills. This flexible program offers an easy transition to blended learning in elementary school classrooms.
UpSmart® is a supplemental program designed to help ensure students in grades 6–8 demonstrate mastery of Minnesota standards in ELA and math. Combining adaptive assessments with the right level of instruction and practice gives every student the support they need, exactly when they need it.
Edgenuity’s Virtual Tutor online test preparation courses prepare Minnesota students for the GRAD, ACT, SAT, GED, and other high-stakes exams. Diagnostic assessments create a personalized learning path for each student, so they only receive instruction on skills they have yet to master.
Pathblazer® helps Minnesota educators close early leaning gaps by immediately identifying where students are struggling and providing the targeted instruction they need to accelerate to grade level.
Edgenuity Instructional Services offers standards-aligned courses taught by highly qualified, Minnesota-certified virtual instructors. You can use our virtual teachers to supplement your school’s course offerings, offset teacher shortages, offer summer school, provide NCAA-approved courses for your student athletes, meet the needs of homebound learners, or develop and staff your own virtual school.
After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Learning and Development, Anna joined Teach For America in New Orleans. She then continued teaching and writing curriculum with KIPP while completing her Master of Arts in Teaching from Relay Graduate School of Education. Anna joined Edgenuity in 2017 with the hopes of continuing her impact on students and schools through educational technology.
A Texas native and proud UT Longhorn, Kristen received her Bachelor of Science in Human Development Family Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin. After spending a year abroad in Spain as an au pair, she returned to Texas and earned her Master of Education from Texas State University. Every job she’s ever had has involved working with children, helping them grow and find success. Joining the Edgenuity team allowed Kristen to work alongside other educators to ensure students have the technological resources that they need to be successful in today’s digital age.
Peggy attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. She then attended Cardinal Stritch University to get her Master of Science in Educational Leadership. She worked in Milwaukee Public Schools for 10 years as an elementary teacher and assistant principal before moving to Pearson Education, where she spent time in professional development and as a manager working with teachers in districts throughout the country, supporting them with program implementations and best practices in blended learning. Peggy then joined Edgenuity, where she manages a team of professional development specialists who provide ongoing support and coaching for our Edgenuity customers.
Amanda’s rich and diverse background informs her work as a Professional Development Specialist for Edgenuity. For nearly a decade, Amanda worked as a national education consultant and curriculum specialist. Her professional experience includes job-embedded coaching and modeling, data analysis, and program implementation training/coaching, as well as presenting interactive keynote sessions to groups of up to 500. Amanda has classroom teaching experience in grades pre-K through 12 as a special education teacher. In that role, she worked closely with children on the autism spectrum. Amanda implemented communication systems and was always an early implementer of technology to enhance all aspects of education. Amanda is enthusiastic and passionate about student success.
Aaron was born and raised in Washington state, and currently lives in Seattle. He was a special education teacher for five years in St. Louis and New York City prior to joining the Edgenuity team. He has worked with curriculum development, sales, professional development, and marketing, and you can even see him as an on-screen teacher in many Edgenuity Courseware lessons.
Nicole began her career in education as a middle-school science teacher and has been working at Edgenuity as a Professional Development Specialist for over five years. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University, and a Master of Education from DePaul University. Nicole loves working with teachers and administrators, helping them make an impact on their students through the use of technology. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters.
Nancy is a National Sales Consultant for Edgenuity with more than 25 years of experience in public education. She has worked as an Early Childhood through Adult Education Exceptional Education teacher in Metro Nashville Public Schools in and Orange County Public Schools in Orlando, Florida. Nancy has also worked as an Educational Consultant, Strategic Implementation Project Manager, and Curriculum and Instruction Specialist. Through these roles, she has provided personalized sales presentations and modeled implementation strategies and plans to administrators, teachers, resource specialists, and classroom teachers. She focuses on the use of instructional technology to increase student and school performance.
Lacee is from a small rural town in northern Arizona called Pinetop-Lakeside. She graduated from the only high school in town and then went on to college at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Upon acquiring her Certificate of Information Technology at NAU, she moved to Scottsdale, where she started with Edgenuity as an Account Manager. She now holds the role of Resource Coordinator for the Western Professional Development Team. Lacee lives with her boyfriend and their two Miniature Australian Shepherd dogs, and she likes to spend her free time outdoors with her little family at every opportunity, whether they’re hiking, hunting, camping, fishing or gardening.
Tracy has worked for Edgenuity going on 2 years now, starting as a Tier 2 Support, before moving into the role of Associate Partnership Advisor, and now to Lead Account Manager of the West. Tracy has primarily been focused on California, Hawaii, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Tracy is very passionate about education and making a difference, and enjoys having the opportunity to work closely with school districts. Prior to her time with Edgenuity, Tracy worked as the Administrator for Site Standards and Procedures at Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station. Tracy lives with her husband and youngest daughter, shadowed by her 2 rescue pit bulls and 2 rescue cats. She enjoys spending time with family, travel, cooking, coffee and music. Tracy LOVES animals and truly is a Phoenician at heart!