Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of Minnesota M.Ed. in Elementary Education from the University of Minnesota
Mr. Andrew Lee
My name is Mr. Andrew Lee.
I am the Academic Support Teacher here at Chelsea Heights.
I am so extremely excited about joining the Chelsea Heights community this year. I have been teaching in Saint Paul for over 10 years after finishing my degrees and licensure at the University of Minnesota. I am an MN native and have lived hear most of my life beside some time teaching overseas in India. My family and I live close by in Minneapolis and I am just about to be the father of a kindergartner this year. So I am learning to teach from both sides as a teacher and a parent. I also have a younger son who is almost 2. My passions are being with my kids, playing with Legos and being outside in this great state. I can't wait to hear more about you and what you are passionate about.
As Academic Support teacher this year I will be pulling small groups of students to work on basic skills of Math or Reading that students have not gotten yet. I will be working with the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade student to help all students feel successful and get to the end of this year a better reader and mathematician.
I look forward to connecting with you all as the year progresses.
Please feel free to contact me by email, text or phone (see contact info)
What is an Intervention Teacher?
My job is to identify students who are missing academic skills they need for school. I will meet with students weekly or daily to work on the specific skills they need to be ready for their grade level. This will include reading and math work.
What program will you use?
SIPPS is our new reading intervention program. SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics and Sight Words)
HMH Into Math is our new math curriculum.