Angela Mejdrich, Learning Specialist
Duluth Catholic School
Mrs. Mejdrich has two baccalaureate degrees: one in political science from the College of St. Benedict and one in child studies from Charter Oak State College. She has her Master's Degree in Education, focusing on special education, from Augsburg College, and wrote her thesis on the inclusion of students with disabilities in Catholic schools in the Pacific Northwest. Based upon the data she gathered from her research, she wrote a white paper suggesting changes to policies and procedures that she presented to the Diversified Learners Committee of the Archdiocese of Seattle. She has been in education for 19 years and has worked with students with a variety of needs. Mejdrich is currently the Vice Principal at St. Michael's Lakeside School.
"I am excited about my new role and the opportunity to put my research into practice. I look forward to supporting students across all grade-levels. Inclusive education in Catholic schools is my passion, and I eagerly anticipate the possibilities that this new role brings to our Duluth Catholic School."