Friday, August 7, 2020

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Faculty & Staff

Profiles of Jesuit Faculty & Staff

  “New Teacher Orientation” is one reason why the faculty and the teacher-student relationships at Jesuit are so great.  According to Mrs. Elise Stewart (Director of Faculty Development), who made this program what it is today, the New Teacher Orientation “is a mentorship program where veteran teachers are assigned to new teachers to prepare them for their journey towards becoming Ignatian...
Ms. Clark, who recently graduated from Austin College with a biology major, is one of many new teachers at Jesuit for the 2019-2020 school year. While at college, Ms. Clark was involved with athletics and learned about Jesuit through several Jesuit alumni in her graduating class. Ms. Clark is very excited to be a new part of the science team...
The Jesuits are an integral part of life here at the 28 acres, and it's safe to say we would not be the same without them. One important part of any life, however, is the home, and now the Jesuits have a new home of their own. Two, to be exact.     The houses are located on the intersection of Planter's Glen and...
While he doesn’t possess any real magical powers, Mr. Billingham’s ability to instill a genuine enthusiasm for math inside teenagers is almost supernatural. For the previous 20 years, very few classes have enjoyed Billingham’s wizardry, as he switched from a full-time teacher to Jesuit’s Technology Director in 1996. However, this past year Billingham returned to his “absolute first love...
A good teacher isn’t hard to find. A good teacher understands the class, explains course material, teaches in an effective way, and connects with students. A good teacher molds students into better versions of themselves academically and personally. And Jesuit Dallas is full of good teachers. But 12345 Inwood Road is losing a great one come June 1, 2019. After...
Notre Dame alumnus. Science teacher. Football coach. Warsaw Warhammer. These are but a few of the many personas that make up Jesuit's own Mr. Dominic Golab. Born on the streets of Detroit in 1988 to Polish parents Jolanta and Pawel Golab, Mr. Golab entered into an extremely diverse and daring family. "My parents were both from Poland, though they...
When you think of a teacher, you may think of a caring and friendly figure, someone who fosters growth in all aspects of life. However, what you may not think of is a person who spent over a decade in the circus business. Mrs. Applegate, a new chemistry and environmental science teacher at Jesuit, has quite a diverse background, including...
Once upon a time, Matthew Upton was graduating from Jesuit as a member of the class of '02. Now, fifteen years later, he has returned as the head coach of the rugby team. Coach Upton was recently appointed to the new head coaching position and is excited to go to work. Coach Upton grew up in Dallas and attended St....

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