All Kinds of News for February 08, 2017
Angela "Angie" Roe joined the faculty at Gateway Academy in Utah in 2015 as a Math teacher. Her classroom experience includes teaching basic math, algebra, geometry and algebra 2. She also has several years of experience working as a case manager with students with disabilities. She has worked at various schools throughout Salt Lake City, Utah and Gateway Academy is lucky to have her.
Angie truly enjoys working at Gateway and loves to see her students succeed and progress. She likes to create challenging, enriching and innovative activities and experiences that help pique the interests and needs of the students. Math is a hard subject for many students at Gateway Academy. Angie believes all students can learn and gives individual attention to help them achieve their personal best. She especially loves to see her students grow and develop an enjoyment of math. Angie believes in forming connections with the students and helping them believe in themselves.
- What is most rewarding about working at Gateway?
Angie: I would say seeing the students grow in their math abilities as well as grow as individuals.
- What is your favorite book and why?
Angie: It's not a book, but I like to read the daily news and stay informed with what is happening all around us.
- What is your favorite brain rule and how to you integrate it in the classroom?
Angie: Brain Rule #6 - Repeat to Remember - the more you practice and repeat the easier it is to remember. It is used a lot in math.
- When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Angie: When I was younger I always wanted to be a dentist!
- What is your favorite thing about living in Utah?
Angie: My favorite thing about living in Utah is being near my family. Family is very important to me and I love being able to be around them as much as possible.
About Gateway Academy:Gateway Academy in Utah, is dedicated to the healthy development and healing of adolescent boys and their families. We provide a safe and nurturing environment through five integrated programs: Therapy, Academics, Community, Outdoor Education and Fitness. With integrity and respect, we help students feel empowered and valued, build healthy relationships, make thoughtful decisions, develop life skills, become life-long learners and achieve their personal best.