Mrs. Stacee Johnson
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Hello! My name is Stacee Johnson. From the influence of my grandparents being foster parents, I decided to go to college to work with children. I graduated from Wright State University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Education degree. For the first few years, I substitute taught in many of the Liam area schools. In 2005, I followed a calling to becomes the 5th grade teacher at St. Rose Catholic School. I served in that position for 11 years. In 2016, I became the 2nd grade teacher. I feel especially grateful to be a part of my student's faith formation in such an important sacramental year! It is truly a joy and a blessing to be a part of the St. Rose Community.
When I am not with my St. Rose family, I enjoy being with my husband, Bill, and our 3 children. Mychaela, Makenna, and Logan. In my free time, I like to read, garden, and play trivia-type games.
Second grade is a big Sacramental year. The students learn about Reconciliation and Holy Communion. These initiation sacraments are building blocks to help with their faith journey to becoming a full member in the Catholic church.
We focus a great deal on Reading and Math. The lessons we complete help to build a solid foundation as the students continue their academic career. In Reading, students work hard to recognize words, read fluently, and build a large vocabulary. In Math, we are adding and subtracting with regrouping, telling time, counting money, multiplying and solving real-world problems. My priority throughout the school year is to help the students become well-rounded, contributing christian citizens.