Hi, my name is Michelle Campagna. I was born In Arizona and raised in Southern California. I graduated from San Diego State University in 1992 with a degree in International Business with an emphasis in Latin American Studies and Spanish as a second language. After college, I worked at the Central Library downtown and became a volunteer for Rolling Readers, USA. I was one of the first 25 volunteers where now they have grown to over 1,000+ volunteers nationally. It’s a wonderful program which allowed me to go into the classrooms to read and donate books to students at the elementary level. This instilled my love for working within the classroom. I went to National University where I completed my Cleared Multi-subject Credential and my Bilingual CLAD credential, as well. I also lived in Spain for a while to learn more about the Spanish language and culture. After I finished my teaching credential program I was hired in Encinitas to work as a 2nd/3rd grade bilingual teacher. I worked there for 10 years. Currently, I have been married for 24 years and have 3 wonderful children. The last 3 years I’ve been subbing for different schools around San Diego and have had a lot of wonderful experiences from Kindergarten all the way to high school in both English and Spanish settings. I am so excited to have landed here at Stella Maris Academy, as the 4th grade teacher, to share my knowledge and my love of the Catholic faith and the wonderfully rich curriculum of 4th grade.
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