Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Chad Argyle – Apple Valley Elementary Principal
The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Chad Argyle as the Principal of Apple Valley Elementary School in Santaquin for Nebo School District.

Mr. Argyle earned his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Weber State University and his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Brigham Young University.

Mr. Argyle served as the principal at Santaquin Elementary for the past nine years. He was the principal at Taylor Elementary for four years and the assistant principal at Springville Middle for one year. Mr. Argyle taught at Brockbank Elementary for seven years and was awarded the Teacher of the Year for Brockbank Elementary. Chad has also been involved on the Santaquin City Library Board from 2010 to 2014 including being president. He has served with the Santaquin Volunteer Fire Department from 1998 to now.

Mr. Argyle was awarded the Nebo District Instructional Leader of the Year as well as Santaquin’s Mayor Choice of Citizen of the Year for Dedicated Community Service.

One of Mr. Argyle’s colleagues said, “Chad has the highest level of integrity and honesty. He is energetic and willing to do whatever it takes to help all people succeed. Chad is open, honest, and hard working. He is eager to do the right thing and seems willing to spend the energy necessary to accomplish his goals. He cares about his staff and the children he works with and goes out of his way to serve others. He has the ability to motivate and inspire others to give their all to reaching the goals of the school. Chad has enthusiasm for life and for the principalship.”

Chad said, “Every person, especially the children, in the Nebo School District I have worked with have influenced my personal and professional growth. To be a part of such an amazing profession filled with exceptional people is a very humbling experience for my family and me. I look forward to continuing to learn and improve from future interactions I will have with the parents, students, and teachers I have yet to get to know and connect.”

Chad enjoys spending time with his family, woodworking, running, and encouraging others to succeed. He is married to Sheree, and they have five children and reside in Santaquin.