Angie Dischinger, Assistant Superintendent of CTE and Academic Support Services for the Benton School District, has been in education seventeen (17) years. She completed her undergraduate degree at Henderson State University, teaching credential from California State University San Bernardino, and her master’s degree in education: school administration from the Azusa Pacific University. Mrs. Dischinger has served in various educational roles that include: middle school teacher, cheer and dance coach, ASB director, high school assistant principal, alternative high school principal, and high school principal. This is Mrs. Dischinger’s first year as Assistant Superintendent of CTE and Academic Support Services for the Benton School District.
She treasures spending time with family and friends. She has a wonderful husband and two daughters. She enjoys scrapbooking, reading, developing her faith, and traveling. Previously, she enjoyed riding dirt bikes…until she broke her arm.