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Asheville City Schools Foundation

85 Mountain Street

Asheville, North Carolina 28802

United States

Company Description

The Asheville City Schools Foundation is dedicated to mobilizing the entire community to support student success. Here's how we're accomplishing our mission... Teacher led classroom and school-wide grants connect individuals, civic groups, and businesses ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

K-5 Teacher

Diplomat Elementary School

K-5 Teacher

Lee County School District

Member, Staff

Jones

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Fifth-grade teacher Victoria ...

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Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary. John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com

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Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary.
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Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary. / John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com
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ASHEVILLE - Victoria "Tori" Angelotti declared in an essay when she was just 6 years old that she wanted to become a teacher.
She says she is one of those people who was simply born to teach.
"The classroom is it for me. It's almost like a church. It is the most special place, when you think about what a school does and what happens in a classroom," Angelotti said.
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Angelotti is now in the running for the western region Teacher of the Year.
Angelotti, 42, joined the staff at Jones three years ago. A graduate of the University of South Florida, she spent the first nine years of her career working at schools in south Florida.
She says after those first nine years, she took a year off, not sure if she wanted to continue teaching.
"There comes a point I think that a lot of teachers go through, where they hit that wall and are trying to decide if they are going to be lifelong teachers," Angelotti said.
But by October of her year off, Angelotti missed the kids. She began serving as a substitute teacher in the Asheville system and later joined the Jones staff full time.
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One of seven siblings, Angelotti credits her parents with making her a believer in education.
"Both of my parents were very much believers in (the idea that) it takes a village. They really believed in the power of education and intelligence. They gave that to us, and I think that is probably what led me to teaching," Angelotti said.
Angelotti is an Asheville City Schools Foundation Fellow, and she has been working with other fifth-grade teachers to refine the science curriculum.
To be a great teacher, "You yourself have to be a lifelong learner. You have to get just as excited as you want the children to be," she said.
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Angelotti has been an advocate not just for her students, but for her profession, which she says gets "bombarded with negative media and with blame."
"We need to lift up our teachers as we lift up our students," she said.


Fifth-grade teacher Victoria ...

www.citizen-times.com [cached]

Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary. John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com

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Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary.
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Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary. / John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com
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ASHEVILLE - Victoria "Tori" Angelotti declared in an essay when she was just 6 years old that she wanted to become a teacher.
She says she is one of those people who was simply born to teach.
"The classroom is it for me. It's almost like a church. It is the most special place, when you think about what a school does and what happens in a classroom," Angelotti said.
...
Angelotti is now in the running for the western region Teacher of the Year.
Angelotti, 42, joined the staff at Jones three years ago. A graduate of the University of South Florida, she spent the first nine years of her career working at schools in south Florida.
She says after those first nine years, she took a year off, not sure if she wanted to continue teaching.
"There comes a point I think that a lot of teachers go through, where they hit that wall and are trying to decide if they are going to be lifelong teachers," Angelotti said.
But by October of her year off, Angelotti missed the kids. She began serving as a substitute teacher in the Asheville system and later joined the Jones staff full time.
...
One of seven siblings, Angelotti credits her parents with making her a believer in education.
"Both of my parents were very much believers in (the idea that) it takes a village. They really believed in the power of education and intelligence. They gave that to us, and I think that is probably what led me to teaching," Angelotti said.
Angelotti is an Asheville City Schools Foundation Fellow, and she has been working with other fifth-grade teachers to refine the science curriculum.
To be a great teacher, "You yourself have to be a lifelong learner. You have to get just as excited as you want the children to be," she said.
...
Angelotti has been an advocate not just for her students, but for her profession, which she says gets "bombarded with negative media and with blame."
"We need to lift up our teachers as we lift up our students," she said.


Fifth-grade teacher Victoria ...

www.citizen-times.com [cached]

Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary. John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com


Fifth-grade teacher Victoria ...

www.citizen-times.com [cached]

Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary. John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com


Fifth-grade teacher Victoria ...

www.citizen-times.com [cached]

Fifth-grade teacher Victoria Angelotti helps her students with a social studies project as Tasia Jackson, left, and Jessie Lynn listen Thursday morning at Jones Elementary. John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com

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