There are a few changes to our teaching faculty for the 2017-2018 school year. We bid farewell to our 8th grade teacher, Mrs. Mari Thompson. We are sad for our St. Juliana Community that the Thompson family will be moving out of the area, but we are grateful for the gifts they brought to our school and church. We wish them good luck on their new adventure.
Mrs. Doris Donovan will move across the hall to be the 8th grade homeroom teacher. She is excited to be working with all the junior high students. She will be teaching mathematics in 6th, 7th & 8th grades.
We welcome Mrs. Kayla Arabia as our new 6th grade teacher. Mrs. Arabia was part of our teaching faculty for six years before moving to Virginia four years ago. She and her family recently moved back into the Fullerton area, and she has been substitute teaching in various grade levels since her return. She is very happy to be back with her St. Juliana School family and can’t wait to begin the new school year.
Finally, we are very excited to welcome Mrs. Andrea Coulson to St. Juliana School. She will be teaching Spanish to our TK-8th graders. Students in grades TK-3rd will have Spanish class one day per week and students in grades 4th-8thwill have Spanish class two days per week. Classes will be mostly taught in Spanish, and vocabulary will be conveyed through images, real objects, and mimicry.
I wish you all a wonderful summer and I look forward to seeing you in August for the start of the 2017-2018 school year.
Mr. Manuel Gonzales, Jr.