WELCOME TO LHS
My name is Ms. Aquadro. I am the Hearing Impaired Inclusion Teacher at LHS. I am looking forward to working with you and your parents. This past year has been a CHALLENGE for all of us! My hopes that this upcoming year can be successful no matter what the circumstances bring us. Please take time to go through my website to get a lot of information about me and some of my expectations for you. As the year progresses, there will be on-going information for you on my website. Most of your parents have my contact information. Good luck to you this year and
University of Tennessee Knoxville TN
BS K-12 Deaf Education
Minor Early Childhood Education
My name is Ms. Aquadro. This is my 44th year working as a teacher of the Hearing Impaired. I have taught all levels from 3 years to 21 years with students with hearing impairments. I have also worked as an early intervention parent advisor for Tennessee Early Intervention Systems as a part-time job in Memphis for 25 years. I have had various types of students from multiple disabilities, totally deaf students, and hard of hearing students. I have also had a variety of different class settings from self-contained, resource, and inclusive class settings.
My name is Patricia Aquadro. I was born in Schenectady, New York. I lives there for 10 years and then moved to Erie, PA where I went to middle school and high school. I then went to University of Tennessee where I graduated in 1976 in Deaf Education K-12. I have one daughter who is married and lives in St.Louis MO. I have 3 grandchildren. I worked in Memphis City Schools for 31 years in their Hearing Impaired Program. I just completed my13th year in DeSoto county Schools at Lewisburg High School as a hearing Impaired Inclusion Teacher.