Mrs. Arntz has been teaching at Petaluma High School for thriteen years. She is currently the teacher for the wildlife and museum management courses. She enjoys spending time with her family and taking care of her bees. She is a Petaluma High graduate. She then went on the Cal Poly to get her degree in Agriculture Science and her teaching credential from UC Davis.
Mr. Dunn is starting his fifth year at Petaluma High this year. He taught in the Central Valley for ten years. He graduated from Petaluma High and was a member of a state winning Ag Mechanics team under the supervision of Bill King. He earned his Bachelors Degree at Cal Poly in Agricultural Systems Management, and a Masters of Science in Agricultural Education. Mr. Dunn was the CATA President for 2011-12. He has a strong background in Ag Mechanics and is excited for the new school year. While not at school he enjoys spending time with his family. "If you want to teach do it, but do it well; this is not a nine month job, it is a year round career. Your success will not be measured by the pats on your back, but the successes and achievements of your students."