Elizabeth Pitzer has been an educator for nearly 30 years and has spent the past 25 years at Arcanum-Butler Local Schools. She is currently teaching mathematics at the fifth grade level at Arcanum-Butler Middle School. She has also taught second grade at Randolph Eastern in Union City, Indiana.
Elizabeth is a leader in the classroom and the district. She serves on the District Leadership Team and is the district’s Value-Added Specialist. With her passion for learning best practices and analyzing the district’s mathematics data, she shares information with others. She has hosted student teachers and mentored teachers within the district. She has also served as a fellow with the Dayton Regional STEM Center.
She was one of the first National Board Certified Middle Childhood Generalists in the state and nation and was part of a grant writing collaborative with Wright State University supporting candidates in the region for several years. She is also a 1998 Milken Educator. She currently serves on the Mathematics Team for the Ohio Network Regional Leaders through the Ohio Department of Education.
Elizabeth has both a B.S. and M.A. from Ball State University in Elementary Education.
Mrs. Pitzer can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 937-692-5176 ext. 1152.