Welcome parents, please allow me to introduce and share a little information about myself. My name is Paula Letiecq and I live on Highland Lake with my husband and dog. My under graduate degree is from Unity College. I am currently attending the University of Southern Maine enrolled in the ETEP masters program. I come to the program after many years of teaching experiential education in some of the most beautiful classrooms around the United States and Canada. I have taught wilderness survival skills in the mountains of Alaska, sea kayaking and environmental education in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia and Washington State, ocean ecology on Catalina Island in California, geology in Yosemite, resource conservation on the Lower Colorado River and agricultural education at Pineland Farms in Maine. I have a plethora of experiences that have helped form my love of learning and discovery. This passion has led me to the classroom and my desire to become a stellar classroom teacher. I want to inspire, educate and build relationships with students that encourage critical thinking and self- confidence that peaks their curiosity of the endless opportunities life has to offer.
I have been blessed to be placed in Mrs. Hauke's second grade classroom where I am working with all of your children. I am looking forward to the next few months of getting to know your children and sharing some of my many life experiences with them.
I will be sending home some information about my time in Mrs. Hauke's classroom about the ongoing assessments and observations that I will be documenting. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about me or the ETEP program.

Paula Letiecq
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