Administrative Staff

Teaching Staff

Elective Teaching Staff

Phone: 480-635-9400

Email: rsiegler@lfapa.org

Biography:

Rachel Siegler is excited to be the dance teacher at LFPA since 2011. She started taking dance lessons at the age of three and taught her first class at the age of 14. Ms. Siegler was blessed to learn many different disciplines in dance and travel the country as a child dancing, performing, and competing. She is educated in ballet, tap, jazz, Broadway, hip hop and kick-line. In high school she was privileged to add contemporary, modern, musical theatre and African Caribbean to her repertoire while studying under incredible dance professionals. She continued her education with dance masters at the University of Minnesota and the University of Utah, which eventually brought her to Arizona. While living in Arizona she received her master’s in education from Grand Canyon University. She has taught dance and choreographed musicals at numerous studios, after school programs, charter schools, high schools, and churches. Most recently working with the city of Mesa and choreographing for their special needs adaptive musical. Ms. Siegler has owned her own dance studio in Laveen, Arizona and a very successful dance store in Mesa. She enjoys spending all of her free time with her beautiful daughter who is an incredible actress and performer.

Phone: 480-635-9400

Email: Tscarpaci@lfapa.org

Phone: 480-635-9400

Email:  srockmacher@lfapa.org

Phone: 480-635-9400

Email: rvance@lfapa.org

Biography:
I have been teaching guitar and keyboard classes at LFPA since 2007. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University with a Bachelor Degree in Music Performance. I am an active performer of jazz and classical music, and also perform various rock, folk, and ethnic music genres. It is a wonderful and rewarding experience teaching at LFPA. I really enjoy teaching students a skill that helps them think creatively and provides them with a means of self-expression.

mailto: dwillis@lfapa.org

Biography:
Mrs. Willis began teaching ceramics from her own studio in March of 2005 and shortly after began teaching LFPA students ceramics as an elective class. The classes teach the basic techniques of working with clay. The whole concept of painting your own ceramic pottery is great, “we always have fun” says Mrs. Willis! Students learn how to make all kinds of different shapes and textures, and best of all you don’t have to be an artist.

Phone: 480-635-9400
Email: mfreeman@lfapa.org

Phone: 480-635-9400
Email: jgonzales@lfapa.org