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Pre-K 3 & 4

Kelly Uptmor

My name is Kelly Uptmor and I'm one of the PreK 3 teachers. I have been teaching at ACS for 8 years. I have been teaching for 30 years. I grew up in Angleton and where I have lived my whole life. I have had the pleasure of teaching children of all ages from 3 years- 5th grade. I also worked for AISD as a Special Ed/ICS/PASS teacher assistant for 5 years.

I have been married for 12 years to my husband Jeff. We have 2 daughters Cassidy (24) and she is married and has 2 children. My step daughter Alyssa (23) lives in Washington State. I have 2 grandchildren Allison (2) and Samson (2 months). 

I love to spend all my time with my grandbabies. My family and I also call Brazos Pointe Fellowship our church family. Where we have been going for several years. 

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Karen Morin

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I am so blessed to be joining the ACS family. For me, each and every one of the children placed in my path are blessings sent from God. I am excited to meet them and help them grow! I can’t wait to see what God has in store for us this year!

 

My favorite scripture is:

Philippians 4:13, which says, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” 

I am married to my amazing husband, Russell. I have 3 grown children: Shannon, Tiffany (and her husband, Ross) and Brent (and his wife, Ashley). I have 4 grandchildren: Brayden (16), Macyn (8), Micah (5) and Marli (4). One of my favorite things to do is spend time with my family, especially when it involves cheering on my grandkids in whatever sport or activity they may be participating in. I will always be one their biggest cheerleaders! 

 

When I am not with my family, I love to read, watch Hallmark movies, or relax outside in my hammock. Some of my other favorite things include the color purple, anything chocolate, Diet Coke, Mexican food, and playing board games. 

 

 

I was born in Richmond, Virginia and then moved to Louisiana at the age of 5. Eventually, my family and I found our way to Texas and never left! I graduated from Brazosport High School in 1977. I have lived in the Angleton area for the past 38 years. I have had a few different jobs in my life, but teaching preschoolers has always been my favorite! There is nothing more rewarding than watching children learn new things each day. I taught at Holy Comforter for 6 years before changing career paths to work in a photography studio. After 15 years, I really started missing the joy of being in the classroom.

Brittany McReynolds
"Ms. Mac"

Hello! My name is Brittany McReynolds and I am thrilled to be teaching Pre-K4 at Angleton Christian School. This will be my first-year teaching, and I know in my heart God has led me here!

 A little about me: I am from West Columbia, and have two younger siblings who live nearby in Angleton. I also have two fur babies; a toy Schnauzer Macie and a black lab Mattie. 

In my spare time I enjoy CrossFit, hiking, traveling, and most importantly spending time with my family and my pups. I love Mexican food and my favorite drink is the strawberry acai refresher from Starbucks. And of course, water. I am never without my lavender purple thermal cup. My favorite color is lavender. 

I believe every child placed in my path is a true blessing from God. I am beyond excited to meet all of them and help them grow. I am Looking forward to a great year!

Jordan Moyle

My name is Mrs. Moyle and I will be your scholar's teacher this year!

This is my 5th year as an educator and my 2nd year at ACS! I am blessed to have the opportunity to serve here and help my scholar’s grow closer to God!

 

I love to spend time with my husband and  daughter! We are soaking in every moment as we had our bundle of joy April 19th, 2024.

1 Corinthians 3:7

So neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow.

 

Email:

jmoyle@acs4me.org

Shana Calderon Frank
 

My name is Shana Frank. I was born and raised here in Angleton.  I’m happily married with my husband Clint, I have 3 kids and expecting my first grandchild this year.

I joined the ACS Family three years ago.  I teach Pre K 4.  I love being at a school that puts God first!  I enjoy teaching my students and coming to school every day!

I previously taught Pre K 3 at Methodist Day School and was there for 6 years.  I was at Angleton ISD for 10 years.  I have taught children of all ages from early childhood through high school. I attend teacher conventions and training workshops during the year to continue learning new ideas and improving my classroom curriculum.

When I am not teaching school,  I’m at the studio/gym teaching cheer, tumbling, and dance.  I love spending my off time with family, traveling and shopping or just being outdoors and playing sports. 

I love children and truly enjoy teaching!

Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd

Laura Alexander

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My Background: My name is Laura Alexander, and I have been an ACS parent for the last seven years.   

I graduated from Texas State University with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on reading instruction. This will be my fourth year to teach at ACS, and I am beyond excited to be a part of this family.  I have a passion for teaching, inspiring and challenging children to love learning.

Kindergarten is so much more than fun and games.

It lays the groundwork for all future learning. Countless studies show that students who build strong foundations during this critical year are prepared to thrive through all other grades. At Angleton Christian School, we emphasize those ever-important academic foundations while fostering spiritual, social, and emotional growth. I strive to create a nurturing kindergarten environment as I use my God-given passion for loving children. As a result, students blossom in a close-knit environment that feels like home.

Individual attention at ACS:

 

In kindergarten, we focus heavily on the core areas of reading, math, science, and social studies. A variety of hands-on activities bring these subjects to life for young learners. From developing language skills through interactiveStory time to grasping mathematical concepts by building concrete models, students are engaged cognitively, physically, and socially as they learn. 

Bible teaching: 

Bible instruction isn’t limited to a single part of the day. Our curriculum emphasizes how God’s truth is relevant in all areas of life. With Jesus at the center of every activity, students begin to understand the higher source of knowledge, fostering wisdom from an early age. Additionally, I am a Bible-believing teacher, whose desire is to partner with parents to reinforce the Christian values taught at home.

 

My Ministry

I feel that Angleton Christian School provides an exceptional educational environment that allows our children to grow and mature in a Christ-centered loving and safe environment.  I have experienced first-hand, the amazing teaching staff and Christian environment provided by this school, and I am so blessed to be a part of it.

My mother says that as a young child I always wanted to be a “kinnygarden” teacher.  I love children, and God has given me a gift of relating to them.  I’ve always known I wanted to use this gift in a Christian ministry.  I accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior when I was 8 years old while sitting in the sanctuary of Second Baptist Church, Angleton.  I have remained there,  as a life-long member of Second Baptist Church, where I served for many years as the kindergarten Sunday School teacher. 

 

 My position at Angleton Christian school has allowed me to experience the beauty of integrating faith and learning.  It would be very difficult for me to separate my faith from my work.  Working at ACS allows me to be real about my love for God and my love for His children.

 

Join Us

If you are looking for an academically excellent, Christ-centered kindergarten program for your child, I invite you to Angleton Christian School. I encourage families to be a part of the learning experience each year!  Get ready for meaningful activities, lots of fun, and an opportunity to learn and grow closer to Christ, while preparing for successful academic lives.

My Favorite Scripture

“My soul finds rest in God alone; my salvation comes from Him.  He alone is my rock and my salvation; He is my fortress, I will never be shaken.”  Psalm 62:1-2

Courtney Vernor

Howdy!  My name is Courtney Vernor, and I count it a blessing and joy to be a Kindergarten teacher at ACS!  

 

I graduated in 2006 from Texas A & M University with a BS in Early Childhood Education.  Following graduation, I taught Kindergarten at A.P. Beutel Elementary in Lake Jackson for seven years.  During this time, I earned a Master of Education degree from the University of St. Thomas in Special Education and completed the requirements to become an Educational Diagnostician.  I have contracted with Brazosport ISD over the past 10 years to complete evaluations for students who are struggling to learn at an appropriate pace.

 

I am married to my sweet husband, Shelby, and we have two boys who attend ACS: Colby will be in 5th grade and Connor will be in 2nd grade next school year.  I love being able to come to school together with my children!  We enjoy spending as much time together as a family as possible, especially in the outdoors. 

 

We are very involved in various ministries in our church, First Baptist Brazoria.  Shelby and I have both attended this church with our families since we were born, and we met and were married there as well.  I currently serve on the Ladies Committee and Personnel Committee.  I teach VBS and Music Camp during the summers.  In the past, I have taught preschool choir and Sunday school as well.  My favorite Scripture is Psalm 16:8: “I have set the Lord always before me; because He is at my right hand, I will not be shaken.”

 

I view Kindergarten as a vital foundational year that sets the stage for a lifetime love of learning.  I believe wholeheartedly in teaching the whole child: spiritually, emotionally, socially, kinesthetically and academically.  I am very excited to teach at ACS where God can openly be the center of every lesson and activity, and where I can pray with and for my sweet students daily.  To Him be the glory!

Jennifer Fine

First Grade Teacher at Angleton Christian School

I grew up in Brazoria and graduated in 1992 from West Columbia High School.  I attended Brazosport College for a year and then transferred to Sam Houston State University (Eat ‘em up KATS!).  It was while at Sam Houston, that I decided I wanted to become a teacher. I graduated from SHSU in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education with a Minor in English and a Specialization in Special Education.   

My first teaching job was in Huntsville ISD at Scott Johnson Elementary.  I then married my college sweetheart and moved to Sugar Land where I taught in Fort Bend ISD at Highlands Elementary for 4 years.  I chose to stay at home and be with my three children until I went back to work part-time teaching Preschool at Northway Baptist Church in 2015.

I have been married to my husband Michael for 27 years, and we have three children.  Our son, James, is 23 and recently graduated from Texas A&M in College Station and our twin daughters, Elizabeth and Olivia, are 19.  Elizabeth attends Texas A&M College Station and Olivia attends TAMU Corpus Christi.   

I love spending time with my family camping in our RV, going to the beach and traveling to new places.   One of our favorite places to visit is Walt Disney World in Florida.  

My husband and I have been involved in several of our children’s activities, one being the Angleton Warriors 4H Club.  I am a member of First Baptist Church in Brazoria and have served in numerous children’s ministries including - Sunday School, AWANAS, Vacation Bible School and Music Camp.

 

My Ministry

I am so excited to be starting my 7th year teaching 1st grade at ACS.  My children are all graduates of ACS and I am happy to be part of a school that always puts Christ First! 

I believe that God called me to teach at ACS and I’m ready to follow where He leads.  For me, there is nothing better than sharing my love of learning and my love of the Lord.

 

One of my favorite scriptures is Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

Tori Schmidt

My name is Victoria Schmidt and I am a Kindergarten teacher at ACS. I absolutely love teaching kindergarteners and watching the huge amount of growth they achieve!  I have taught from Kindergarten to 12th grade in both general and special education. I have also coached youth softball teams and spent a year as a pitching coach at my Alma Mater, University at Buffalo. My husband, Tyler, and I have 3 children. Scarlett and Brooks attend ACS and we recently welcomed our new baby girl, Lily! We attend Calvary Chapel in Friendswood and we feel blessed to call that our church home and family. I am one of four children and I love getting  together with my family in my free time. I also have an adorable niece and nephew who attends ACS. We love it here!

My favorite verse is Galatians 6:9 which says, “Let us not grow weary in well-doing, for in due season we shall reap, if we do not lose heart.”

P.J. Silva

I am a graduate of the University of Houston at Clear Lake with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education with a Reading Specialization.  Before coming to ACS, I taught for 30 years in Angleton ISD.  I taught second grade for 20 years and fourth grade for 10.  I am currently beginning by 8th year at ACS teaching second and third grade math, and I couldn’t be happier or feel more blessed!
1 John 4:19 “We love because he first loved us.”

My Faith
I serve and attend Northway Baptist Church in Angleton.

My Family
Alongside my school children, my family plays the biggest part in my life.  I have been happily married to my high school sweetheart for 39 years, and we have two beautiful children.  Ashley, 32, is a graduate of Howard Payne University.  She is a teacher at Angleton Junior High where she teaches PE and coaches volleyball and softball.  She has been married to Coach Brent for seven years.  Austin, 26, is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in meteorology.  He is currently employed as a meteorologist at Universal Weather and Aviation in Houston.   

 

Quote:  “First, THINK!  Second, BELIEVE!  Third, DREAM!  And finally, DARE!

                                         -Walt Disney

Taryn Holt

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I am Taryn Holt, born and raised in Baytown, TX. My roots run deep in any/all Education background, and I always knew my dream job was to be a Teacher. I am a graduate from Sam Houston State University *Eat Em Up Kats!!* where I received my BS in EC-6 and my minor in SPED K-12. SHSU is also where I met my husband Kyle, and we’ve been married for 10 years! We have 2 kiddos, Levi (8) and Logan (6) who also attend here at ACS. 

 

I taught in Goose Creek CISD for 3 years, then we moved back to Angleton where I was a Stay at Home Mom for a few years. I taught Prek4 at School for Little People in Lake Jackson, then God quickly led me back to ACS. I have been an ACS parent going on 4 years and this is my second year to teach here. I feel so blessed to teach here!

 

I love spending time with my family, going camping, baseball *Go Astros!!* fishing, hunting, anything outdoors! 

 

I accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior when I was at church camp at 8 years old and was baptized at the church I was raised in, which is also where Kyle and I were married :)

 

I believe God has called me to teach at ACS and I cannot wait to impact kids both spiritually and academically. There’s nothing better than seeing the growth each student makes throughout the year! 

Katrina Brockman

Hello! My name is Katrina Brockman, and I am so excited to be teaching second grade reading and
language arts this year at ACS. It already feels like home, and I know God has me placed where I am for
His purpose.
I am from Alvin, TX where I lived most of my life, until recently moving to West Columbia, TX 2 ½ years
ago. I attended Alvin Community College and graduated with a degree in Early Childhood Development,
then transferred to the University of Houston Clear Lake where I pursued my degree in Interdisciplinary
Studies EC-6. I have been in education now for 5 years where I have taught Pre-K, intervention groups
grades 3-5, and first grade.
I am blessed with my awesome husband, Michel, 2 sons, Brant and Kade, 1 bonus son, Jacey, and 2
daughters, Madison, and Macie. I was blessed to be a stay-at-home mom with my children for many
years while managing a baking business as well. I always had the passion for teaching, and even though I
started later in life to pursue that career path, I am loving every minute of it.
My family and I love trips to the Frio River, live Texas Music, our year old miniature schnauzer, Scout,
and showing cattle. My 8-year-old daughter, Macie, is looking forward to showing her first heifer this
year.
I attend New Hope Church in Manvel, TX with my family. We love Sundays driving to church, going out
to lunch, and doing a bit of shopping. My favorite bible verse is 1 John 4:19 “We love because He first
loved us”.
My enthusiasm for all things teaching…beyond the knowledge I must share and gain, and now the
spiritual teaching I get to take part in, has me thrilled to get to know, teach, and share the love of God
with each one of my students. I am truly blessed to be here and look forward to a wonderful 2023-24
school year.

3rd - 5th Grades

Laura Smith

I am so excited to teach at ACS again this year as the 2nd and 3rd grade Bible and Science teacher!  I absolutely love both subjects!  This will be my 29th year to teach school and my 8th year at ACS! 

 

I grew up in Lake Jackson and graduated from Brazoswood High School.  I attended Oral Roberts University, majoring in special education and getting certified in general education as well.  After graduation, I spent the summer at an orphanage in Egypt.

 

Shortly after college, I met and married Barry Smith and we have had quite the adventure over the last 41 years!  We have lived in several locations in Texas before moving to Belize, Central America as missionaries for 18 years.  

 

I taught in several school districts before we moved to Belize in 1994, 30 years ago.  While there, God blessed us with children to raise as our own.  We started a school for them and later had a church.  In our most recent years in Belize, we trained leaders in a Mayan community to share the gospel with others. While in Belize, I taught in a Christian School and an international school, as well as our own school, Christian Learning Center. We returned to Belize for a visit as a family and surprised our Belizean children for Christmas.  It was a wonderful trip!  (See attached photos)

 

In 2000, we were blessed to give birth to our miracle, Judah Daniel Smith, weighing in at 1 pound 14 ounces!  He graduated from ACS in 2019!  He now works for ACS in maintenance.

 

 We returned to the USA ten years ago to take care of Barry's mom. After returning, I taught 3rd grade math and science at ACS for 2 years, then 3 years in public school teaching 4th grade math and writing.  Five years ago,  I returned to ACS and  taught 3rd-5th Math.  Now, I am in my happy place, 2nd and 3rd grade, Bible and Science!  ACS has a special place in our family's heart and it is an honor to teach here!  

Sherry Wheeler

Hello, my name is Sherry Wheeler and I am so happy to be part of the ACS family.  I will be teaching reading and social studies to second and third grade students. While I am new to ACS, I am not new to teaching. I have 26 years of experience teaching first, second, and third grades. My first 4 years of teaching were at West Columbia Elementary and the past 22 years were at Danbury Elementary School.

 

My parents moved to Danbury when I was 11 years old. I later graduated from the University of Houston-Clear Lake with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on reading instruction.

 

I am married to the love of my life, Mike. My son, Coltin graduated from Danbury High School in 2020. He attends Texas Tech in Lubbock, majoring in Business and Finance. I am so proud of him!

 

I accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior when I was 8 years old. We lived in Saudi Arabia at that time and I was baptized in the Arabian Gulf. Mike, Coltin, and I attend Community Baptist Church in Danbury.

 

I enjoy spending time with my family and my goldendoodle, Willie.  He is still in the puppy stage. I also enjoy reading, kayaking, walking, and relaxing outdoors.

 

I believe all children are unique and has their own strengths. When they are nurtured and challenged, they are allowed to soar. I look forward to sharing my love of learning and my love of the Lord with your child.

 

One of my favorite scriptures is Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

Karla Cheever

 I am so blessed to be teaching at Angleton Christian School. I retired from Angleton ISD after many years where I taught it all in 4th and 5th grade Math, Social Studies, and Science. I even taught advanced 6th grade MAth. I love teaching here where I can openly talk about Jesus.

     I began my walk of faith when I was 8 years old. I had been in church since I was born, but I accepted Him as my Savior then. I am a member of First Baptist Church Lake Jackson. I sing in the choir and am a member of the praise team.

     I have two sisters (Tracy and Dedee) who are both teachers. Dedee is the Gifted Coordinator for BISD, and Tracy just retired, but is helping Dedee with testing. My nephew, Kyle, is a coach at Clute Intermediate, and his wife, Rachel, teaches first grade at A.P. Beutel. They have two daughters, Taylor (3) and Peyton ( 4 months). We miss sweet Blake. My niece, Jamie, teaches 3rd grade in Klein. She and her husband, Jed, have two boys Jack (4 years) and Joel ( 2 years).

    I love to travel. I have been to England, France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Ireland, and last year went to Israel. There are places I still need to see. God’s handiwork is beautiful!

Kristina Fuqua

 I  graduated from Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL with a BA in Elementary Education (K-5) and Specific Learning Disabilities (K-12). In my early career, I worked with autistic children at the University of Connecticut while my husband was in the Navy.  When he was out on deployment, I taught 10th and 11th grade at a special education school in Lake Wales, FL.  After our time in the Navy, we moved to Gainesville, FL.  I worked with special education students teaching 6th, 7th and 8th grade Language Arts.  I have two grown children both of whom I homeschooled.   It is  a great honor to have the opportunity to  teach at Angleton Christian School. I currently teach 4th grade Reading /ELA. I faithfully serve and attend Life Foursquare Church in Angleton, Texas.

Vickie Markham

I am excited for the opportunity to teach in a school that puts Jesus Christ first. I grew up in the Midwest and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. After college I headed south to flee the brutally cold winters. First, I taught in Alvin and later in Pasadena. After teaching in public schools for ten years, I educated our children at home for nineteen years. During that time I also taught at a home school cooperative. I genuinely enjoy teaching! My family and I love Jesus and have a passion to live for him as we serve in our community and on mission trips. I have an amazing husband, three fantastic children, and one feisty Shih-Tzu.

Natalie Briers

I was raised in Angleton and graduated from Angleton High school in 2001. I went on to the University of Houston Clear Lake where I earned my Master of Science degree in Early Childhood Education. I absolutely loved going to school and learning, so what better job could I possibly have than being a teacher. I get to go to school every day! God provided me with the wonderful opportunity to teach at ACS and this year will be my 9th year here teaching 4th and 5th grade science. 

 

I have a super awesome family and my husband and I just celebrated our 17-year anniversary this summer. We have two fantastic children, and a precious puppy named Patton. Our oldest son, Nicolas, graduated from Sam Tech, joined the Air Force and is now serving in Japan as an Air Metal Technology Specialist. Our youngest son, Aydin, is going into the 11th grade here at Angleton Christian School. He keeps us very busy with his activities including robotics and competition shooting. ACS has been a true blessing to our family. In a world where there can be so many distractions we are thankful that they are not only encouraged at home, but in their educational environment as well, that God is the center of everything. As a family we love to travel, cook or just hang out with family.  

 

I am very excited to see what adventures God will provide us this school year and look forward to teaching your 4th and 5th grade students.

Cynthia Greganti

Hello! My name is Cindy Greganti and I teach 4th and 5th grade Bible classes. It has been an incredible joy and challenge to teach the Bible classes. It has been humbling as God teaches me while teaching my students. I love Bible study and it has been so fulfilling to share that love with our growing and learning students. 

 

I was born and raised mostly in California, but moved around quite a bit as a kid - even living in Venezuela for two years. I married my husband, David Greganti, in 1987 after we graduated from Louisiana Tech. We settled in the New Orleans area with Union Carbide and I began teaching. We moved around with our two kids, Kyle (32) and Kelli (29) - living in Canada for five years - and landed in Angleton with Dow Chemical Company. Our kids both graduated from Angleton High School and Texas State University. Our son is now a teacher in Angleton at Angleton Junior High. He teaches 8th grade history. Our daughter is married to my son’s best friend from Canada (Brian) and is a radiation therapist in Spring. 

 

I started teaching all-inclusive 4th grade classes in the New Orleans area right out of college. I quit after seven years to be an at-home mom and was able to be home with my kids for 13 years. What a blessing! I started teaching again at Angleton Middle School for several years and retired after six years at the Angleton alternative school - CATS. 

 

My family loves to travel. We try at least once a year to go on a trip together. My husband and I collect pinball machines and love to use pinball conventions as an excuse to travel to new (or not so new) places. We have two dogs, Murphy a golden retriever and Astra a terrier mutt. We also have five cats: Maya, Bella, Harley-Quinn, Norman and Norma-Louise. We love to play games and often have a BBQ night and play games. We are also movie people and love a good movie/movie night!

 

I think everyone at the school knows about my love and joy for Stitch from the movie Lilo and Stitch. His character, created to destroy and bring destruction, is loved by Lilo, unconditionally, until he begins to change and finds joy in family and friendship. I love this and hope that my love for others will be so evident. “Ohana means family and family means no one gets left behind or forgotten.” 

Electives and Support Staff

Brent Jensen

Hello!!! My name is Coach Brent “aka Larry” and I’m so excited to be a part of the physical education department at Angleton Christian School.  I believe that physical education classes can have a positive effect on you while teaching you so many important life lessons.  Every year I’m excited to meet new faces and catch up with old friends / kids.  I look forward to getting to know all about the children in my classes but would love to tell you a little about myself from the start.  

Personal Info:

I am currently 39 years old.  I was born and raised in Angleton, TX.  I’m the youngest of 3 children.  My parents David and Karen, although separated, still reside in the surrounding cities of Angleton, TX.  I have 2 older sisters, Shannon, and Tiffany, who both still live in Angleton, TX.  My elementary years were spent at Northside Elementary and Rancho Isabella in Angleton, TX.  My secondary years were spent at Angleton Middle School East and Angleton High School.  After graduating from Angleton High School, I attended ITT Technical institute for my associates degree in computer aided drafting and design.  I am currently attending WGU (Western Governors Universities) to finish out a bachelor's degree in Information Technology with a potential graduation date of May 2024.  I am currently my awesome and thoughtful wife, Ashley, who coaches at the local Junior High in Angleton, TX.  We met and fell in love playing sports and continue to keep it a center point of our life.  There probably isn’t a day that goes by where we are not watching sports, playing sports, coaching sports, or traveling to watch sports.

Professional Info:

I have worked in many different job environments but coaching and hanging out with kids has been the most enjoyable.  My careers have entailed being a video clerk, highway designer, home construction supervisor, chemical plant operator, and planner/scheduler for a paint company operation.  I have been in a teaching position, Physical Education, for 2 years.  I have coached many sports for close to 21 years, since I was 18, and I have enjoyed every single one of them.  

Currently we are the only school that offers an Upward Sports opportunity for elementary students K-5th grade.  As the director, we are aiming to keep our kids involved with the school as much as possible.  We have had 2 solid years of participation of over 100 kids each time.  

I hope that you have learned a little about me and my passion for changing kids' lives for the better through Physical Education.  I look forward to meeting your family and hopefully making a difference in your lives.

Alyssa Arroyos ("Mrs. A")

Hello! I’m Alyssa Arroyos!

I officially started with ACS in August 2021. I graduated from Oral Roberts University with a degree in Ministry & Leadership and a concentration of Church Administration. I also minored in Music Arts. I have a wonderful little family- My husband and I got married in November 2020. We have two little fur babies: Bella Mae & Ace!I am also a Young Adults Pastor!

  • 3-4 Years Experience with Kids

  • Passionate about God and Music!

I can’t wait to see what we can create together in the Music Class!

Reach Out to me: aarroyos@acs4me.org

Denise Guyote

 I am an “old” teacher with a great deal of history and experience.  I live in Angleton with my daughter and son in law and we attend Life Church.  I enjoy sewing and

gardening, but LOVE to serve wherever I am able.  My greatest love to serve is at Angleton Christian School.

     As a child, my family moved frequently with my dad’s work so I attended many schools, changing every few weeks.  I attended whatever church was nearest to where I lived at the moment.  I started teaching Sunday School at about age 14.  I was married and had 2 children in Bridge City, Texas.  I served as Director of Catholic Education for 9 years in Bridge City.  I moved to Houston and served on the Magnet school staff for 2 years.  I started college at age 40 and graduated from University of Houston Clear Lake in 1988 with an early childhood and elementary specialization. I later earned reading and gifted education certifications.  I was GT coordinator in DISD for 8 years.  I retired in 2008 from public education and have been at ACS for since 2010. Serving at ACS is my joy. 

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