My name is Mr. LeDoux. I have been here at Hallett since the 2015-2016 school year. Graduating from Whitworth University with a Masters in Education, education has always been a passion of mine, even before becoming a teacher. Prior to teaching, I was worked with those suffering from chronic mental illness, providing education on their illness, housing, crisis management, and daily living skills.
At Hallett, I am all about helping my students reach their greatest potential. Utilizing the Common Core State Standards I will be guiding our students to develop better number sense in math(s)*, become wild readers who enjoy reading, be able to effectively communicate in writing, and develop a better understanding of the world we live in, and become citizens of our 21st-century world.
As a guide, it is up to our students to make the decisions needed to be successful in this world. I believe that every student can succeed, but to do so they must be willing to make mistakes, learn from those mistakes, and apply what they learn to new situations. The best way for students to do this is by trying. I hope to instill in everyone the desire for challenge. We cannot grow as learners and individuals if we are not challenged. As the guide, I will be challenging your students each and every day.