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Cary Moody Stitt, American librarian. Certified teacher, Colorado, Washington. Centennial scholar University Denver, 1968.

Background

Stitt, Cary Moody was born on January 21, 1946 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Son of William G. and Katharine (Moody) Stitt.

Education

Bachelor in Education and History, University Denver, 1968. Master of Arts in Educational Psychology, University Colorado, 1973. Postgraduate, University Colorado.

Postgraduate, University Northern Colorado.

Career

Teacher, Manchester (Connecticut) Public Schools, 1969;teacher, library, Jefferson County Schools, Golden, Colorado, 1968-1969, 70-74;resource specialist in curriculum and training, Jefferson County Schools, Golden, Colorado, 1974-1983;business manager, partner, Typographers, Inc., Denver, 1983-1985;library media specialist, Cherry Creek School District, Englewood, Colorado, 1985-1988;library, Highline School District, Seattle, since 1989. Educational consultant Bureau Indian Affairs, Alaska, 1976-1978, Bay Area Writing Project, San Francisco. Team member North Center Accreditation Association, National Assessment Ednl.

Progress, Jefferson County Schools, Colorado. Curriculum writer.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Colorado, Washington.

Membership

Member Speaker's Bureau, Denver Museum Natural History, 1988. Forensics judge Optimist Club. Member National Education Association, International Reading Association, National Council Teachers English, Washington Education Association, Highline Area Reading Council (vice president 1990-1991, president 1991-1992), Colorado Language Arts Society (officer), Kappa Delta Pi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: 20th century ocean liners.

Connections

father:
William G. Stitt

mother:
Katharine (Moody) Stitt