Zack Juarez



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Zack Juarez


Conference: 2:23-3:17

Mr. Zack Juarez is excited to begin his first year of teaching at Ronald Reagan Middle School. He responsibilities include conducting the Concert Band, assisting with the Symphonic Band, and teaching beginning Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, and Tuba. 


Prior to his appointment at Reagan, Mr. Juarez student taught at Timber Creek High School and Trinity Springs Middle School in Keller, Texas. He also served as a weekly clinician for Highland Middle School in Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD, while teaching private lessons in low brass at Saginaw High School as well as teaching sectionals for multiple years.


Mr. Juarez graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of North Texas in 2017 with a Bachelors in Music Education. In his time there, he studied with Don Little, Carl Kleinsteuber, Oystein Baadsvik, Brian Bowman, Dennis Fisher, Nicholas Williams and more. In his final year at UNT, Mr. Juarez served as the Green Brigade Sousaphone Section Leader, and a Tuba Teaching Associate, whose duties would include teaching the Freshman Tuba Class of UNT and the 8 o’clock Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble. While in UNT’s Symphonic Band, Mr. Juarez recorded an album under the composer Julie Giroux as well as recorded Frank Ticheli’s “Making Music Matter” Beginning Band Method Book.


When not teaching, Mr. Juarez will occasionally freelance, playing guitar, bass, tuba, or trombone in various jazz bands, theatre groups, and local rock groups. Mr. Juarez resides in Fort Worth with his daughter, Rachel.

Conference: 9:45-10:30