Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Arts--Special Education Master of Arts--Reading Master of Arts--Educational Administration Educational Specialist--Educational Administration and Leadership Educational Doctorate--12-2023
Mrs. Angelique M. Brown
Greetings Vashon Family! Home of Wolverines!
I am honored to work with the Vashon family for the 23-24 school year. My goal is to be an asset to the community, school, families, and students. While we are experiencing things as never before, it is our hope unity will continue to prevail in our school. My job is to ensure educational growth occurs for all of our students. We are striving toward excellence; our team will lead the way!
As a life-time educator, I am glad to establish this new relationship with the community at Vashon High School. This journey began in 1999 with St. Louis Public schools. I started as a substitute teacher at Turner Middle School. Unsure of my calling, I began to research which area I was most interested in, the field of education. In my research, I found one class at our local Community College, Pervasive Developmental Delay with Autistic features, the exact diagnosis of my twin son. I knew at that time, this was my calling, my destiny. Since then, I have served as a Special Education Teacher, Assistant Principal, and Principal roles with St. Louis Public Schools. Beginning in 2008 and currently, I serve Special School District in the Homebound department, where we provide services to students who are medically, emotionally, developmentally or behaviorally too fragile to attend traditional school.
I received my Bachelor's degree from Fontbonne University in the area of Special Education in 2005 and a Master of Arts in Special Reading in 2007. In continuing my education, I attended Lindenwood University where I obtained a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership in 2008 and Educational Specialist degree in 2010. Currently, I am working on my dissertation to complete this educational voyage. I am excited about this work and look forward to growing with this family until the day I hear Him say, "Well done, my good and faithful servant"!
Thanks in advance for all of your support.