Jacquilee Feldhaus

Third Grade Teacher

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." Philippians 3:6-7

I was born and raised in San Diego, California and moved to Lubbock, Texas during my high school years. Adjusting from San Diego to Texas was a challenge, but eventually, I found my place and attended Texas Christian University for my college education. I met my husband, Isaac, while in Fort Worth. After completing college, I settled down in Dallas, where I've been ever since, raising our two wonderful children, Lottie and West. My family holds immense importance in my life, and I consider myself incredibly blessed for the gifts that God has bestowed upon me.

Professionally, my journey led me to the world of education. I started my education career teaching junior high Texas History and Science. After a couple of years, I transitioned to elementary education, teaching various grades including first grade, kindergarten, and pre-k4 for several years. I dedicated 15 years of my career to Dallas Independent School District before I found my way to Zion, where I believe I am meant to be.

As an elementary teacher, I see my role as more than just imparting knowledge; it's about nurturing and fostering the spirit of lifelong learning in my students. I achieve this through interactive activities, engaging classroom discussions, and a sprinkle of humor, all aimed at sparking their creativity and exploring their natural curiosity. I want my students to know that no question is too trivial or silly to ask; learning is a journey where every inquiry matters.

Beyond academics, my primary goal is to instill in my students the understanding that they are unique blessings, creations of God, capable of forging a personal connection with Jesus. Recognizing that each student possesses distinct gifts and challenges, I believe it's crucial for a Christian teacher to support their individual academic, cognitive, social, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Every subject and aspect of their education should be viewed through a Biblical lens, emphasizing the integration of a strong faith foundation into their learning experiences.

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