It is rewarding to experience my young students’ enthusiasm for learning and watch them develop their personal relationship with God. A God-centered curriculum is what motivates me as a teacher and contributes to the success of my students in all areas of learning.
ANGELIMAR ABOUZEIDAN Second Grade Teacher & Athletic Director
Angelimar Abouzeidan was born in Pontiac, Michigan. She graduated from Antillean Adventist University and holds a Bachelor of Early Childhood education and Physical Education K-12, has been teaching for four years.
As an advocate for education, it is my goal to unlock each student’s potential. I aspire to ignite a passion to learn, and to create meaningful and engaging learning experiences in all subjects’ areas. It is important to know each student and their individual learning styles.
Every child can learn. Each student comes with different strengths and weaknesses,
so, instruction must be tailored to meet students’ needs. As an educator, I must view
my students as individuals and set high expectations accordingly. This requires that
I may have to leave the proverbial “box” in order to yield desired results.
KASSANDRA FERNANDEZ6th - 7th Grade Homeroom (5th - 8th Grade English Language Arts Teacher)
As an English Language Arts teacher, I hope that my students leave my class more enlightened than before, more curious than their contemporaries, and more desperate for knowledge than when they entered.
I believe that teaching is not just a career, but rather a lifestyle. I believe I was placed on this earth to teach I incorporate good citizenship, kindness, humility and the love of Christ in all that I do both in and out of the classroom setting.