“I believe that every child can learn, if given appropriate resources and learning strategies. I take great joy in identifying the teaching methods that will best serve each child. Building relationships with my students is my number one goal. Once that is established, learning can take place.”
For 30 years, Janice Crowe taught hearing impaired students at St. Joseph Institute (1974-2006). In 2005, the Archdiocesan Committee on Women in the Church nominated Janice for the Sr. Thea Bowman, FSPA, Teacher Award. Before coming to City Academy, Janice worked as an outreach Language Arts tutor for Edgewood Childrens’ Center, working with students in Webster Groves and Kirkwood.
Janice joined City Academy during the 2008-2009 school year. In 2009, Don Danforth III and Kelly Tyson submitted Janice’s name for a Peabody Logos Leaders in Education Award, which honors outstanding educators in St. Louis. She received a $1,000 grant as well as recognition by the St. Louis Business Journal.
In her 41 years of teaching, Janice has gained a wealth of knowledge and expertise in identifying strategies that help all students learn. The highlights of her life include keeping up with her five grandchildren.
BA, Fontbonne University
MA, Fontbonne University