Staff Spotlight

Celina Roe, Title 1 TeacherCelina Roe
Title 1 Teacher

"I have wanted to be a teacher for as long as I can remember. My second grade teacher, Mrs. Johnson, made such a huge impact on me that I had to do what she was doing. I played school all the time at home with my best friend growing up. It has always come naturally to me, like I was made to teach. I connect easily with children and have a passion and desire to help them learn and grow. I love the students in our school! They are so unique and each one has their own story to tell. I also enjoy working alongside this staff! The amount of dedication and heart that these people have is beyond amazing! I am proud to be among them!"


Melissa Faustini, 1st Grade TeacherMelissa Faustini
1st Grade Teacher

"Ever since I was a little girl I wanted to become a teacher. I love helping students and watching them grow and learn. It makes me so proud when they finally have that "Ah-Ha" moment and understand a concept. I love teaching."



Jerica Horner, 3rd Grade TeacherJerica Horner
3rd Grade Teacher

"I have wanted to be a teacher since I was a little girl. I have always loved being around children and watching them learn new things. When I was younger I was always the one who entertained the younger children and taught the neighborhood kids how to do things. I love the rapport that I am able to build with my students and continue to have as they grow through 8th grade. I not only get to see them as elementary students, but I get to watch them blossom into mature middle school students."


Erin Boron, Instructional CoachErin Boron
Instructional Coach

"I became a teacher because I was always able to explain things in a way that people understood. My sister is 8 years younger than I so I was always teaching her things as she grew up. I love that Lorain is resilient."



Laura Moore, Title 1 TeacherLaura Moore
Title 1 Teacher

"My third grade teacher who was kind and helped me develop a love for learning inspired me to become a teacher. I like that our students come to school smiling and ready to learn each day."




Sarah Steele, 2nd Grade TeacherSarah Steele
2nd Grade Teacher

"I wanted to become a teacher because I wanted to help students become successful in their future. The thing I like best about LCS is the community of our school and the families here."




Amanda McCall, School NurseAmanda McCall
School Nurse

"I became a school nurse to work with my community and help promote community health and disease prevention. I am able to advocate for students and their families. My top priorities are keeping the students healthy and ready to learn."




Violet Crawford, 4th-5th Grade Math TeacherViolet Crawford
4th-5th Grade Math Teacher

"I became a teacher to make the world a better place one child at a time. Math is the best!"





Walter Meagrow, 4th-5th Grade Science TeacherWalter Meagrow
4th-5th Grade Science

"I became a teacher to make a difference in students' lives."