My name is Jeanne Fuller and I have been teaching in Livonia Public Schools for many years. I began as a substitute teacher, took time off to raise my children,
and then came back to substitute teaching before being hired full time. I have been a Title 1 Early Learning Interventionist and have taught Kindergarten at 2 other Livonia schools. This is my seventh year teaching Kindergarten at Rosedale Elementary School
and I am so excited to be here to teach Kindergarten and continue to be a part of the Rosedale family!
I live with my wonderful husband, Scott, and youngest daughter, Rachael (25), who is in Pharmacy School at Wayne State University. My daughter, Melissa (30) lives and works in Chicago, but is able to come home quite often on weekends. My son, Anthony (32), lives and works near Cleveland, Ohio. He is married and has 2 little boys Albin (8) and Colin (7), and a daughter, Carli (4).
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, cooking, gardening, watching ice hockey (I am a BIG Boston Bruins fan!!), and traveling.
We have a little chalet up north where we spend some of our free time on weekends and in the summer.
It is nice to get away from the city life and relax a little.
Every summer my family goes up to Ely in northern Minnesota where my parents were born. We spend 2 weeks there just visiting with relatives and relaxing.
My grandsons, Albin (8 years old) and Colin (7 years old)
Carli, (4 years old)