Julie Hefele

Hello, my name is Julie Hefele and I am from Tustin, California. I graduated from LMU with my B.A. in Liberal Studies for Elementary Education and my M.A. in Child and Adolescent Literacy. My husband and I moved to Colorado in 2008. We are very busy with 4 fun-loving children!  It has been such a blessing to be a stay at home mom since my oldest was born in 2009, but am so excited to be working in a Catholic school again.

I am a former Second Grade Catholic school teacher. I have spent time teaching and tutoring students in all grades preschool-8th, including special needs.  I love that each child learns differently and am so thrilled to be working at STM as the K-5 Learning Specialist!

Since each child has their own learning style—visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and/or tactile—it is my passion to discover which modality is best in order to enrich their learning experience. I want to set each child up for success!  I will work closely with parents and teachers to help motivate, support, and ensure that the child becomes a life-long learner.

If you ever have any questions or concerns, please contact me by email. I have experience working with students who have learning difficulties, need homework support--organizational/study/test taking skills, or enrichment. I have been trained in many literacy practices, including the Orton-Gillingham Approach and Lindamood-Bell Instruction. I also specialize in administering reading assessments, identifying reading difficulties, and providing multi-sensory intervention strategies.

I am available:

Tuesday 7:10-11:30

Wednesday-Friday 7:10-3:15

and by appointment

 

My Blog

TIPS for IOWA Testing

Please read with your child/children Take care of yourself Go to bed on time to get a good night’s sleep. Get to school on time, too! Eat a healthy breakfast. Think positive (this test shows what you have learned and will help with areas needing to be strengthened)! Pray on your own—before, during and after Read More

Happy 2019!

New Year Goals Start 2019 out strong! Make 2 or 3 achievable goals with your child—academic and personal.  Talk about their strengths and then talk about what they want to work on in and out of school. Remember, once they make a goal, discuss a few simple ways of how to achieve it. Make sure Read More

Study Tips

Here a few Study Tips to try:  Set up a consistent 10-20 minute block of time outside of homework time for study skills. Pray to God for focus and understanding!!! Read class notes daily or record your voice/yourself and play back to listen to while doing a physical activity or even while you fall asleep. Read More

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Julie Hefele

CA Certified Reading Specialist, Loyola Marymount University

M.A., Child & Adolescent Literacy, Loyola Marymount University

CA CLEAR Teaching Credential

B.A., Liberal Studies for Elementary Education

Appointed 2018

 

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