Conneaut Digital Academy is now located at Conneaut High School. We are looking forward to this new adventure and a successful 4th 9 weeks.
Do not stop trying to succeed as we are nearing the end of the 2012-2013 school year. Success is always in your reach as we are 1/3 the way through this last nine weeks you should be that far in all of your classes.
Hi, my name is Jennifer Luczak. I am currently teaching my eleventh year for Conneaut Area City Schools. This year, I am working at the Conneaut Digital Academy. Prior to this, I have had the pleasure of working in the high school for 9 years with 1 year at the middle school. The subject I like the most is mathematic.There is just something about numbers and equations. With the New Year, I am hoping to have a fantastic fun filled second half of the school year.
I am a proud parent of three boys, Ryan - 18 years of age, Christopher - 12 years of age and Hayden - who was born November 16, 2012. My husband, Gregory and I are adjusting to having an infant around the house. I am very active in watching my children participate in various activities. However, I have always enjoyed watching Conneaut's football games and basketball games. Not only does the district have some very talented young people but also a community that supports the activities they enjoy.
I am a graduate of Fort LeBoeuf High School in Waterford, Pennsylvania. After graduation, I attended Edinboro University where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Education (Elementary and Special Education) I enjoy learning therefore, I went back to Edinboro University and received a Master's of Education in Reading and a Post Master's with a K-12 Principal Certification.
One may ask why I chose teaching. When I was in high school, I looked into nursing and teaching. As most young people, my idea of a career changed. I remember at one point I wanted to become a lawyer. My mother, Judith, is a retired nurse, while my father, John, was a teacher. My mother and I discussed different careers during my senior year of high school. It was at that point that she encouraged me to go for teaching and not nursing. I listened to my mother and pursued a career as a teacher. I am thankful that I listened to her and work for Conneaut Area City Schools. The staff I work with is like family. We are always there to help someone when there is a need. One of the greatest joys about working for this district is watching students learn and grow as individuals.
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