Sister Nancy Sherman Hlibok Amann (PKZ '91) becomes first Deaf Woman to head school for the deaf

This past July, Sister Nancy Sherman Hlibok Amann became the first Deaf woman ever to head Arizona School for the Deaf (ASD) as principal (the first deaf person to become principal of the school was Henry White in 1912). Sister Nancy is responsible for overseeing all ASD's programs from preschool to high school. She is also responsible for the Physical Education Department for both ASD and its sister school Arizona School for the Blind (ASB). Sister Nancy intends to make great strides with the school stating that her main initiative will be to build and nurture a bilingual program there. Sister Nancy Sherman Hlibok Amann entered PKZ in the fall of 1991 and graduated from Gallaudet in 1993.