ALA - Ironwood K-6
School Hours: 8:00am - 3:00pm
Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00om
Early Release: 11:30 AM
School Resumes January 3rd 2018
Welcome to our Ironwood K-6 Campus
Hello, and welcome to the Ironwood K-6 campus of American Leadership Academy. We are proud to offer an exceptional educational experience to students in the Queen Creek, San Tan Valley and Florence area. Our campus is located on Combs Road just south of Gantzel Road. The ALA experience includes outstanding academics, a wide variety of extracurricular activities, state-level competitive athletics, and direct leadership instruction and practice, all in a moral and wholesome environment that families can feel good about. Feel free to explore our site to learn more about our school, or schedule a tour of our campus by filling out our online form, or by calling (480) 344-9899. We look forward to meeting you!
Meet Our Director
Miss Disney is delighted to serve as the new Director for ALA - Ironwood. She joined ALA-San Tan in 2013 and was promoted to Assistant Director at IWE two years later. She received her Bachelors’ in K-8 Elementary Education from Montana State University and completed her Masters’ Degree in K-12 Administration from Northern Arizona University. Nikole comes from a small ranch in Montana and has lived in Arizona for the last 5 years. Coming from the classroom as an award-wining teacher and now as a Director, Miss Disney looks forward to having her campus reach their fullest potential and continue to motivate others to “Learn, Lead, and Change the World.”
Meet our Assistant Director
Mrs. Morgan Lewis is the Assistant Director at the Ironwood Elementary Campus for American Leadership Academy. Prior to joining the IWE staff she was at ALA Anthem South were she supported teachers as an Instructional Coach and worked as the Title I Specialist. Mrs. Lewis started her journey in the field of education nine years ago when she graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. After graduating she entered the public education school system where she taught second and third grade until joining ALA in 2013. After becoming a part of the ALA family and seeing the amazing work being done with and for children she decided it was time to achieve a personal goal of becoming a reading specialist. This decision led her to Grand Canyon University where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an endorsement in reading. Since obtaining a master’s degree Mrs. Lewis has had the privilege of participating in kick starting the district’s participation in the Title I program. This year Mrs. Lewis joins another fantastic ALA school as the Assistant Director of the IWE campus
|Our Vision:||Our Mission:|
Learn. Lead. Change the World!
To provide the best educational experience to as many students as possible in a moral and wholesome environment.