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M.S. Degree in Conservation Zoology from Miami (OH) University (In Progress) B.S. Degree in Anthropology & Archaeology from Utah State University B.S. Degree in Ancient History from Utah State University B.S. Degree in Elementary Education from Utah Valley University This is my 2nd year teaching 6th grade at H.R. Driggs Elementary, and I am currently teaching science and history. Before coming to Driggs I spent three years at Utah’s Hogle Zoo in the education and animal care department. One of my great joys in life is teaching students about our natural world, and how was can preserve all of its natural beauty for generations to come. I believe that every student can succeed, and my job as their teacher is to simply guide and encourage them as they change the world. As a lifelong learner I spend the majority of my time teaching, or being taught. When I am not at school, or the library you can find me at a Utah Jazz game or cheering for my beloved Aggies, or Green Bay Packers football teams. Go Pack Go!
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5 Years as an Educator At Driggs since 2009 Education: B.A. Elementary Education B.A. Health & Human Performance Teaching Option M.A. Education Math Endorsement Currently seeking Gifted Endorsement Janica has taught 5th grade for one year and 6th grade for four years at Howard R. Driggs. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Montana State University-Billings where she also played four years of NCAA Division II soccer. Janica earned a second Bachelor’s Degree from the university in the same four years in Health and Human Performance-Teaching Option, and is certified to teach Health and Physical Education 1st-12th grades. In 2010, Janica earned a Master’s Degree in Education from Southern Utah University along with a Math Endorsement. Janica is currently working on her Gifted Endorsement through Utah State University. Janica believes that education is not only a responsibility, but also a privilege. In some countries, an education for every child is not a guarantee, and is not taken for granted. As Americans, and the Driggs community, it is so vital that we aspire to be life-long learners and that we make the most of our opportunity to learn in whatever capacity. Education is a gateway to happiness!
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I graduated from BYU in 1984, with a BA in Elementary Education. I have been working for Granite School District since 1985, teaching at Robert Frost Elementary, Mill Creek Elementary, and Howard R. Driggs Elementary. I have taught second, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade. I was also a Reading Specialist for several years. I have a Gifted and Talented Endorsement, an ESL (English as a Second Language) Endorsement, and Reading Level I and Level II Endorsements. I am currently working on a Math Endorsement and a Technology Endorsement. I received my Masters in Education from Southern Utah University. I am also a Nationally Board Certified Teacher. I love teaching! I’ve never wanted to be anything other than a teacher. Every day brings new adventures. The kids at Driggs Elementary are outstanding. I believe every child has the potential to achieve in school. I like to challenge my students to do their very best. I think students should learn through doing, so my classroom is centered around projects—art projects, writing projects, and technology projects. I strive to make every day at school interesting.