About Frechette...
Subject / Grade 4th Grade
Room: 35
Phone: 480-883-4565
Email: Frechette
"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow."
-- Anthony J. D'Angelo

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My Education and Professional Background

Mrs. Frechette graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Elementary Education (K-8) in 1997. In 2000, she received an ESL (English as Second Language) Endorsement from Arizona State University and a Master’s degree from Northern Arizona University in Curriculum and Instruction. Finally, in 2005 she received a second Master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Phoenix. Mrs. Frechette taught third and fourth grades at San Marcos Elementary School for six years. She then took a year off from teaching to stay home with her two wonderful children. In 2004, she returned to teaching at Bogle Junior High as a special education teacher and case manager. Finally, in 2006 she decided it was time to go back to elementary school, so she joined the staff of Hull Elementary School as a fourth grade teacher.

My Educational Philosophy

I believe that each child is special and unique. I strive to create a caring and supportive environment in which students can embrace who they are as learners, and where they feel safe to take risks and express themselves. In doing so, I encourage students to realize that mistakes are opportunities to learn and to value the thinking of others even if they may not agree. As an educator, I feel it is my job to push students to reach their full potential while in my classroom. By doing so, I hope to instill a love of learning as well as a philosophy of hard work in each student.
 

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