Program Supervisor for The Arts for Teaching, Learning and Assessment
Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction
AnnRené Joseph serves as OSPI’s Program Supervisor for The Arts for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment. This is her 34th year of service as an educator and education leader. Her exemplary service has included 13 years in the classroom as a generalist and music/theatre specialist, P-20. Additionally, she has served as a building administrator, principal, and school district administrator for 11 years, prior to coming to OSPI. She is serving in her 10th year at OSPI on behalf of the 295 school districts across our state.
AnnRené holds principal’s and superintendent’s credentials and is a doctoral student in Educational Leadership at Seattle Pacific University. AnnRené is credited with the leadership and development of the Washington State Arts Classroom-Based Performance Assessments (CBPAs), and successfully led the development of The Washington State K-12 Arts Learning Standards and Options for Implementation in Dance, Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts. She is a highly requested clinician, inspirational speaker, and conference presenter.
AnnRené is a professional musician—vocalist and pianist. AnnRené and her husband Lee have three grown children and seven grandchildren. They reside in Woodinville, Washington with their son, who is graduating from the UW in December 2010, and their miniature dachshund Jasmine.