Oath of Office taken by new Pima County School Superintendent
Dustin Williams is Driven to Improve Education
Tucson, AZ (January 3, 2017) - The Office of the Pima County School Superintendent is pleased to introduce the new Pima County Superintendent of Schools, Dustin Williams. Williams was elected to a four year term by the constituents of Pima County and took the Oath of Office at today's Pima County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Williams is strongly committed to facilitating positive educational change and ensuring that all students regardless of race, ethnicity, and/or socioeconomic status have the opportunity to receive an outstanding education. He is dedicated to improving the lives of students and teachers. He will actively advocate for increases in student funding and teacher salaries. His experiences include: coaching, mentoring, Title 1 classroom teaching and K-12 administration.
"I believe in kids, teachers, and our community. I invite all stakeholders to share an idea and build a partnership for a positive educational system in Pima County. Together we will create something amazing for present and future generations," said Williams.
As a native Tucsonan, Williams graduated from Amphitheater High School, received a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Arizona and a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University.
Williams is passionate and driven to improve education throughout Pima County and is looking forward to building community partnerships that will strengthen our schools.