QUEEN CREEK, AZ— Dr. Perry Berry, Superintendent of the Queen Creek Unified School District (QCUSD), and the QCUSD Governing Board have named Renee Regoli as the new Athletic Director of Queen Creek High School (QCHS). The hire was approved at the April 28, 2020, Governing Board meeting. Ms. Regoli takes on the role of QCHS Athletic Director starting in the 2020-2021 school year.
“Renee brings strong skills and experience to our district and to Queen Creek High. She is a great addition to QCUSD,” said Dr. Berry.
Renee Regoli joins the Queen Creek Bulldog family from Campo Verde High School, where she has spent the last ten years as an assistant principal; eight of which as the athletic director. Prior to Campo Verde, Ms. Regoli served six years at Highland High School as a special education teacher, volleyball coach, and Dean of Students. Ms. Regoli holds a Bachelors of General Studies from Emporia State University, a Master of Arts in Counseling from New Mexico Highland University, and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University. In 2018, Ms. Regoli earned her Certified Master Athletic Administrator certification for the National Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association. Additionally, the Arizona Interscholastic Association named Ms. Regoli the 2019-2020 5A Athletic Director of the Year.
“I am excited to join the Bulldog family! Queen Creek is one of the premier schools in the state and I look forward to building relationships with the faculty, staff, coaches, students, and families for many years to come”, said Ms. Regoli.
Ms. Regoli is a Native Arizonan and when she is not at athletic events, she spends time with her family and two rescue dogs, Augie and Annee.