Renee Martineau

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We are pleased to announce the selection of Renee Martineau as the Assistant Principal of Crimson Cliffs High School. She will open the school with Principal Rusty Taylor and the Crimson Cliffs Mustang Staff this fall, August 2019.

Renee was raised mostly in Utah; split between Salt Lake City and Fillmore. She attended Fillmore Elementary, Hawthorne Elementary, Clayton Intermediate, Butler Middle School, Brighton High School and graduated from Millard High School in 1989. Renee married Tod Brinkerhoff after high school and attended Evans Hair Styling College here in beautiful St. George, Utah.

Renee worked in a salon for 3 years and then was lucky enough to stay home to raise 4 of her children. Unfortunately, Tod was diagnosed with Lou Gerhigs disease in 2000. At that time Renee returned to school and earned her Associates of Arts degree from Dixie State and her Bachelors of Science degree from SUU, majoring in History and minoring in Health. Because of his illness Tod passed away in January of 2005. Renee graduated from SUU in May, 2006, making it possible for her to provide for her children and then was fortunate enough to marry Clint Martineau in June 2006.

Renee began her teaching career at Pine View High School in August of 2006. She taught History and Health and has served as DECA Advisor. She spent one year teaching 8th grade history at Pine View Middle School during the 2009-2010 school year. She has great respect for Middle School teachers! She returned to Pine View High School in 2010 teaching History, Psychology and AP Psychology. She also served as cheer advisor from 2010-2013. She returned to SUU in 2013 and earned her Master's Degree in Education and her Administration Endorsement, graduating in 2016. Since that time she has continued teaching Psychology, AP Psychology and serves as Pine View High School's Learning Coach and Data Coach.

Renee says she will always be a Panther and will miss her Panther Family, but is looking forward to her new adventures as a Mustang!

Please join with us in welcoming and congratulating Renee in her new assignment.