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Kiesha Taylor

Director of Online Learning

lrtaylor@aldineisd.org

Educational Background:

B.A. Psychology at Arizona State University
M.A. Clinical Counseling at Sam Houston State University.  10 years of experience in the field of Online Learning and is certified as a principal.

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Shanaya Anderson

Program Director of Virtual School

skanderson@aldineisd.org

"I believe in the success of every child and I strive to motivate, encourage and uplift my student's to their maximum and fullest potential."

 Educational Background:

B.B.A.  Accounting - University of Houston M.B.A. University of Houston – Victoria
M.Ed. from Lamar University. She has 9 years of experience in the field of education.

 
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Eric Levels
Program Director of Online Programs

erlevels@aldineisd.org

Mission: Inspire and instruct others to pursue God’s purpose.

Motto: live on purpose with purpose



Educational Background:

B.B.A.  Marketing from UT Austin
Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary

 
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Christopher Martinez

Virtual School Facilitator– Social Studies

clmartinez@aldineisd.org
 "I believe that with the right opportunities and hard work every student can succeed."

 Educational Background:

Bachelor's Degree in History from University of Houston and certified in 8-12 Secondary/ ESL/ TXVSN Virtual School Certified with 6 years experience.

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Ashauna Lindo

Virtual School Facilitator– Mathematics

 adlindo@aldineisd.org

 "It is my desire as an educator to help students achieve greatness, take them to higher heights and build them up as intellectual and scholarly individuals."

 Educational Background:

University of Houston - Bachelor of Mathematics
University of Houston - Masters of Mathematics 

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Matt McArthur

Virtual School Facilitator– Science

 mamcarthur@aldineisd.org

“Online education provides equal opportunity for all students.”

 Educational Background:

South Dakota State University – BS in Psychology

 

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Joanne Rivera

Virtual School Facilitator– ELA

jcrivera@aldineisd.org

“I view teaching as a performance art. I love English, and that passion transfers to the delivery of my subject matter."

Educational Background:
University of Houston

 

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Elsa Olmsted

Virtual School Teacher – Spanish

esolmsted@aldineisd.org

“Learning a foreign language is an adventure!”

 Educational Background:

University of Michigan - Bachelor's in Elementary Education

 
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Kathyanne Sheffield

Adjunct Virtual School Teacher – French

kasheffield@aldineisd.org

“I believe that each student is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature."

Educational Background:

Lamar University–Master of Education in Education Technology Leadership
Texas A&M University–Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and French

 


Ashauna Lindo

 

Virtual School Teacher – Mathematics

 adlindo@aldineisd.org

“I love math!!”

 

Educational Background:

BS in Mathematics

Ashauna Lindo

 

Virtual School Teacher – Mathematics

 adlindo@aldineisd.org

“I love math!!”

 

Educational Background:

BS in Mathematics

Ashauna Lindo

 

Virtual School Teacher – Mathematics

 adlindo@aldineisd.org

“I love math!!”

 

Educational Background:

BS in Mathematics

Ashauna Lindo

 

Virtual School Teacher – Mathematics

 adlindo@aldineisd.org

“I love math!!”

 

Educational Background:

BS in Mathematics

Veronica Johnson

 

Adjunct Virtual School Teacher – ELA

vejohnson1@aldineisd.org

“All students can learn with different methods of instruction.”

 

Educational Background:

Houston Baptist University – BS Psychology and Sociology
Prairie View A & M University – Master of Education
Houston Graduate School of Theology – Master of Divinity

Veronica Johnson

 

Adjunct Virtual School Teacher – ELA

vejohnson1@aldineisd.org

“All students can learn with different methods of instruction.”

 

Educational Background:

Houston Baptist University – BS Psychology and Sociology
Prairie View A & M University – Master of Education
Houston Graduate School of Theology – Master of Divinity

Veronica Johnson

 

Adjunct Virtual School Teacher – ELA

vejohnson1@aldineisd.org

“All students can learn with different methods of instruction.”

 

Educational Background:

Houston Baptist University – BS Psychology and Sociology
Prairie View A & M University – Master of Education
Houston Graduate School of Theology – Master of Divinity

Richard Mayes

 

Adjunct Virtual School Teacher – Biology 9-12, Mathematics 9-12

ricmayes2014@gmail.com

“I believe that the process of learning varies among students in every student population. How students process and store information makes each of them unique as learners. My role as a facilitator is to provide the motivation, foundation, and enrichment needed to help each student become a successful learner and to excel in areas of giftedness.”

Educational Background:

Texas Southern University – BS Biology
Prairie View A&M University - M.Ed. Educational Media and Technology

Richard Mayes

 

Adjunct Virtual School Teacher – Biology 9-12, Mathematics 9-12

ricmayes2014@gmail.com

“I believe that the process of learning varies among students in every student population. How students process and store information makes each of them unique as learners. My role as a facilitator is to provide the motivation, foundation, and enrichment needed to help each student become a successful learner and to excel in areas of giftedness.”

Educational Background:

Texas Southern University – BS Biology
Prairie View A&M University - M.Ed. Educational Media and Technology

Richard Mayes

 

Adjunct Virtual School Teacher – Biology 9-12, Mathematics 9-12

ricmayes2014@gmail.com

“I believe that the process of learning varies among students in every student population. How students process and store information makes each of them unique as learners. My role as a facilitator is to provide the motivation, foundation, and enrichment needed to help each student become a successful learner and to excel in areas of giftedness.”

Educational Background:

Texas Southern University – BS Biology
Prairie View A&M University - M.Ed. Educational Media and Technology