Pamela Dietz - Assistant Principal, Frank Church High School

Pamela Dietz has served public school students in Idaho since 2005. During her 13 year public school career, Ms. Dietz has worked as an education paraprofessional (Borah High School - 2005-06), social studies teacher (Eagle High School - 2006-07 and Borah High School - 2007-14), K-12 district integration specialist (2014-17), elementary assistant principal (Grace Jordan and Riverside elementaries - 2017 to present). 

Ms. Dietz is a knowledgeable education professional who has served on a number of committees and in leadership positions, including Leadership Team (Borah High), U.S. History 11 Textbook Adoption Team, Look 2 Learning Site Team Member, PLC 4 Real Site Team Member, World Class Instructional Design English Language Teacher Cohort, Positive Behavior Interventions and Support - Idaho Positive Behavior Network (Boise State University), and Boise State Writing Project Fellow.

Ms. Dietz is dedicated to the Boise School District's Vision of preparing students for success in college, career and in citizenship. She is a strong advocate for each and every student and works well with all stakeholders, including students, parents, staff members and community members. Ms. Dietz is a passionate educator focused on providing excellent education opportunities for each and every student. 

Ms. Dietz earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science from Lewis-Clark State College, Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Boise State University and an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Idaho.