At-Risk Programs Coordinator
LEA Specific License - Stacey Archuleta’s Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Special Education comes from Grand Canyon University. Ms. Stacey comes to us from Davis School District where she worked with the Special Education department. She has worked with students from mild to severe disabilities and loved every minute of it. She has worked in a Montessori school where she learned additional teaching methods that add to her traditional teaching skills.
Mrs. Archuleta was born and raised in Ogden, Utah and currently resides in Davis County, Utah. She is the oldest of 5 children. She is married and has 3 sons who are 24 yrs, 16 yrs, and 9 yrs. Her family loves to rescue animals and they currently have 4 small dogs, 5 cats, 1 Leopard tortoise, and 2 birds. Their home is pretty full for now but only time will tell. Her family loves time together, especially outdoors. In the warm months, they can be found in the water on their kayaks and paddle boards. They enjoy movies, BBQs, and family gatherings.
Mrs. Archuleta is excited to be a part the Bridge Elementary family and build the most amazing school Utah has ever seen while guiding her students be the best version of themselves that they can be, focusing on the students as persons as well as their academics. Stacey Archuleta holds an LEA Specific Educator License.