Degrees and Certifications:
Educational Technology Leader Educational Leadership (EDL 1) Spanish in All Levels (K-12) Spanish in the Elementary Grades (K-8) English as a Second Language Bilingual Specialist in Spanish
Mrs. Kimberly Duff
This year I am excited to continue to serve as the English Language Development teacher in our Two-Way Immersion program.
My career began teaching 4th grade Bilingual Language Arts and Texas History in Bryan ISD in January 2009.
I moved to Louisiana and continued my career in Beauregard Parish teaching Spanish I.
I was then able to work closer to home for Calcasieu Parish, teaching Spanish I and II as well as 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Spanish. I taught Spanish, Robotics, and 8th Grade Math Intervention at Ray D. Molo Magnet Middle, Reynaud Middle, S.P. Arnett Middle, Oak Park Middle, and Westlake High Schools. I served as the lead teacher of the Magnet Program at Ray D. Molo Magnet Middle School for four years.
I was blessed with the opportunity to assist teachers and students in instruction at Fairview Elementary serving as the 3-5 Master Teacher of English Language Arts and Math for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years.
I am a 2008 graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor's degree in Bilingual Generalist Education.
I earned a Master's degree in Educational Leadership from McNeese State University.
I also earned an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Technology from McNeese State University.
Mrs. Duff Personal Mission Statement
My mission, as a teacher in the community's center of learning, is to educate our youth to achieve their potential by providing a safe and challenging learning environment where standards and expectations are high and learning is the priority.