Jessica L. Jallouk
Grade Kindergarten A
I am grateful to have been raised in a Catholic household where my parents really emphasized the importance of faith while I was growing up. My parents and extended family are very invested and supportive of our parish, which has been a factor in my dedication to the Catholic church.
I graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2014, where I completed my English degree. In 2016, I graduated from Sacred Heart University with a Master’s in elementary education. I started my teaching career as a student teacher in a 1st grade classroom in New Canaan, CT and went on to become a paraprofessional in a Kindergarten classroom in Westport. I am blessed to now be a member of the faculty here and collaborating with the staff of The Catholic Academy of Stamford.
I am looking forward to sharing my passion and love of teaching with the children at the Catholic Academy and instilling the significance of my Catholic faith into the minds of young learners.
- B.A. English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (University of Connecticut)
- M.A.T Elementary Education, Isabelle Farrington College of Education (Sacred Heart University)
- Connecticut Initial Educator Certification (K-6)
- Member, Pi Lambda Theta National Honor Society for Educators, May 2015-Present