|Bio:||Mrs. Darton began as a volunteer on Monticello Academy's Founding Committee.
She began working for Monticello Academy in 2006. She loves working in the office. It is challenging and it is always an adventure. No two days are the same. Shes loves working with students, parents, faculty and administration.
|Bio:||Rosalie Davis is the counselor and an administrator this year at Monticello Academy. She has had over 20 years of experience in both counseling and administration in the Salt Lake City and Ogden areas. She is working with the ESL students at our school, and also one of the team leads for the HOPE squad. She has M.A.'s in administration and in counseling, and an Ed.D. in leadership and policy, all from the University of Utah.
She has a love of learning, and a passion for working with students of all ages. In her spare time she loves to spend time in the outdoors, including hiking, biking and camping, painting landscapes, writing poetry, playing and singing music, and reading anything, especially biographies. She is happy to be a part of the amazing staff at Monticello Academy!
|Bio:||I graduated from the University of Utah too long ago. I have three daughters, and a labrador (male). The King's Singers are my favorite a cappella group. I have a part time job playing the organ for St. Matthews Lutheran Church in Taylorsville.
I enjoy teaching at Monticello Academy, and I hope to be here a long time.
|Bio:||Mrs. Dunn graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University ('80) in Family and Consumer Sciences, a composite of 7 majors. She is level 2 certified. She toured the states and various parts of the world with the BYU A Cappella Choir, the Sounds of Freedom and the Young Ambassadors. She is the mother of 11 children--8 sons and 3 daughters, and grandmother of 13. She and her family enjoy singing and performing together. She enjoys family activities, camping, rock hounding, discovering, traveling, gardening and yardwork, family history, cooking, singing and dancing. Mrs. Dunn knows she's supposed to be here at Monticello, and loves the faculty and staff and all the children. She's thankful she has gotten to know so many wonderful people and participate in the educational experience of these great students.|