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For Deep Dives offered on Thursday 3/29, please select 1 experience from the list of Deep Dives (red icon type) and add it to your schedule. This is an immersive and interactive experience that culminates in an exhibition.

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Carleen Schnitker

Union High School a BPL school
Boise, Idaho Area
Carleen Schnitker is the administrator of the first Innovation school in Idaho! Union High School is a public, Big Picture Learning school, which is a part of Nampa School District. Carleen has been a secondary educator since 1996. She taught in secondary schools in both Meridian and Nampa, including alternative education where she was honored as the Nampa School District Secondary Teacher of the Year. She has worked in and developed multiple programs and schools, while writing grants and innovating forward to do what is best for ALL students!
Carleen Schnitker has also been involved in many civic and professional organizations including the Council of Alternative School Leaders, District 3 Juvenile Justice Council Member, Idaho Association of School Leaders, Stanford School reTool Leader, Big Picture Learning, Deeper Learning Network, National Math Alliance, Algebra Project, Young People's Project, Idaho Mastery Education Network, and more.
Carleen earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Secondary Education from Boise State University and her Masters degree in Educational Administration from the University of Idaho.
Carleen is currently working with multiple National and International networks who are creating opportunities of equity and access to students in education.