Jaime Festa-Daigle has 14 year experience educating students at Lake Havasu High School, a large, rural high school along the Colorado River in Arizona. She is currently and assistant principal and has taught Civics, Economics, American History, English, and Student Government. Jaime's fondest memories are from taking students to Washington DC annually to learn more about the nation's history and government. She is a National Board Certified Teacher, an AZ Master Teacher, serves on the AZ Teacher Solutions Team for the AZK12 Foundation, and was named the American Civic Educator of the Year in 2012. Jaime has worked on the standards revision committee for NBPTS in the area of social studies/history, sat on the "What Book" rewrite committee, and worked with Educators Rising writing standards for high school students interested in becoming educators.