28050 Road 148 • Visalia, CA 93292• 559.730.7422

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Mrs. Johnson is a veteran teacher with classroom experience in nearly every elementary grade level. This fall school year, she is eagerly waiting to meet her incoming 1st and 2nd graders. As a teacher, building a relationship with each one of them is her focus. As she builds relationships, she simultaneously is goal driven to ensure each and every one of her students build their own personal confidence in all aspects of learning and growing. As a result of her style of teaching, she is a driven, organized teacher who develops inspiring relationships with all of her students. As a professional educator, her goal is to be a positive role model for her students to look up to and respect. She teaches with compassion, love, and positive discipline. At her current school, Mrs. Johnson is popular with students, families, and colleagues.

 

In addition to her passion for teaching, her love for her family is apparent. Mrs. Johnson resides in Visalia with her husband and children. She is a mother of three; Ashley, Brooke, and Philip. Her determination for success in life is driven from her family. She strives to be a role model for her kids demonstrating the importance of love and compassion of giving back to others. Success for her, as well as her children, should be measured by the generosity within ones heart. Family, friends, and her classroom kids are clearly what defines her as a teacher, wife, and mother. As a result of her core values, Mrs. Johnson comes to us with glowing recommendations from supervisors, colleagues, and parents. We are so grateful to have her as part of The Academies family at Blue Oak Academy.

Job at BOA: Teacher 3 + 4
 
Favorite Word: For Real?
 
Favorite Color: Black
 
Favorite Beverage: Diet Dr. Pepper

Favorite Snack: Restaurant Chips and Salsa
 
Favorite Local Restaurant: Chipolte
 
Role Model: My Mom and Dad
 
Wanderlust Destination: England
"A child will not remember everything you taught them, but...
they will always remember how you made them feel. "