Rozanne Clark, English, earned her degree at Weber State University in Utah. She has lived in Hong Kong and is fluent in Chinese. Mrs. Clark is an experienced Learning Coach for virtual education, as she worked with her own two children in K12 schools for 12 years. Now, she is excited to work with students in ITCA. Rozanne lives with her husband and children in Nampa.

Jena Herriott, History, attended CSU Sacramento and earned her B.A. in History, and Credential in Social Studies. She received her M.A. Degree in Education, Curriculum and Instruction from Boise State University. Jenna loves movies, the zoo, and playing cards. She is a good cook and enjoys making Mexican and Italian dishes. Jenna lives in Meridian.

Tim Benedick, Special Education, received his degree from Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho. He has spent a number of years teaching in both traditional and online schools, and enjoys working with ITCA’s wonderful students and families to encourage and support their success.  Tim lives in Caldwell with his wife and kids, and enjoys traveling, sports, music, and anything Disney-related.

Kerri Corlett, School Counselor, received her B.S. in Social Science with Emphasis in Psychology and Communication.  She received her M.A. in Counseling from Boise State University.  In addition to her Pupil Personnel Certificate, Kerri is also a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. Kerri has worked in both school and mental health settings. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and reading.

Amanda Peterson, FAST, Earned a B. A. in English Education from Brigham Young University- Idaho. Has taught English in three different states: Arizona, Idaho, and Missouri. She loves working in FAST, and the national leadership teams, to best learn and help students re-engage in school. Ms. Peterson lives in Star, Idaho with her husband and three children. She loves to be outdoors hiking, ATV-ing, and fishing, but also appreciates staying in and snuggling up with a good book.

Marcella Enos, Business and CTE, is a Montana native and received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Montana State University. She and her husband Rod moved to Idaho and raised their family in Pocatello. They enjoyed many outdoor activities including riding dirt bikes and hiking. While teaching at Idaho State University, Marcella earned a doctorate in Educational Leadership. In 2012 they moved to the Treasure Valley to be near their three adult children and grandchildren. Marcella loves teaching and working with students in the online environment that Idaho Technical Career Academy offers. She feels that her students have so much potential and her goal is to take each student one step closer to success!