Mrs. Lemus Santos

11885 Navarre Rd. SW
Navarre, Ohio 44662
330.767.3444

Room 109

Conference Period 
7:37-8:00

6th Grade Social Studies
Falcon Playhouse, Director

 
Hi, I'm Tracy Lemus Santos and I will be your child's 6th Grade Social Studies teacher this year!! My goal is to make this subject matter exciting because we learn things better when we have fun! This year students will be working independently and in groups to explore concepts, complete projects and learn to - communicate better, think creatively, use their critical thinking skills, and collaborate effectively with others. 
     I have been employed with Fairless Local Schools since I began my career in the fall of 1998. I spent 20 years working as an intervention specialist in at both the elementary and the high school levels. I am I truly love what I do and cannot ever imagine another career that would be nearly as satisfying and rewarding. 
      As a teacher my hope is that each of my students are prepared to achieve whatever goal or dream they have set for themselves. I believe that each individual should strive to reach his or her full potential as an individual and realize that his or her abilities are endless. In doing so we enable ourselves to become the change we want to see in the world. 
        As a parent, I truly believe in the education Fairless Local Schools provides for its students. In the fall of 2014, I decided to open enroll my own three children in this district and it's a decision I have never regretted. Through the years, my own children have been excelled in becoming better students and individuals through the instruction, nurturing, and respect they have received from all of the people who work in this wonderful district. 
     Together, I know we can make this school year the best ever for your child! If at any point you have a concern, please don't hesitate to contact me and I will get back to you as soon as I can. You can contact me through email or by calling Fairless Middle School at 330.767.4293. 
     Ralph Waldo Emerson said it best with his words, "Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."

Food For Thought...

It takes as much courage to have tried and failed as it does to have tried and succeeded...

-Anne Morrow Lindbergh