St. Elizabeth of The Trinity
Committed to Catholic Education
7:30 am - 3:30 pm M-F
Father Michael Grisolano - Pastor
Dr. Kristine Hillmann - Principal
Alice Leveille will be Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity School’s part time Resource Teacher for the 2020 -2021 school year.
Alice comes to us with many roles in education. Most recently she was an instructional coach with Concordia University Chicago. Alice worked with teachers in the Pathways to Excellence Program for two school years.
She is an experienced Reading Specialist, Response to Intervention Coordinator and classroom teacher. Her years in education include teaching at Our Lady of Victory School-Chicago, District 81- Schiller Park, Saint Vincent Ferrer School-River Forest and District 79 Pennoyer-Harwood Height/Norridge.
She has a B.A. in Elementary Education and an M.A. in Reading Education. Alice has extensive experience with Early Literacy acquisition. Alice is certified in Multi-Sensory Structured Language Training.
It has been her experience throughout her career that ongoing teacher collaboration and professional development are essential to an educator’s growth. She enjoys building relationships with students, parents and her colleagues in order to determine where students are academically, as well as where they might need to be academically and how these relationships can build a network of support for the student and their academic journey.
Always keeping students as the top priority, Alice focuses on impactful instructional practices, data informed decision making, thoughtful questioning, best practice and trying out varied instructional strategies and ideas.
Alice enjoys working with students in an effort to create innovative, open, creative classrooms where students feel comfortable to take risks with their own learning while connecting to content, their classmates and the world around them.
Alice lives in Chicago with her husband. They have one daughter. Alice enjoys baking, reading, journaling, travel, talk radio and many genres of music.