Bio: Jeanna Tuell has worked in public education since 1988, when she graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in elementary education. She started her teaching career at Vine Street School in Bangor, Maine as a third grade teacher. After receiving her master’s degree in 1995, she moved into a teaching principalship in Castine, Maine, working at the Adams School as a literacy interventionist and administrator in a K-8 setting. In 2002, Jeanna became the elementary principal of two schools in Old Town, Herbert Gray and Jefferson Street School. She was part of the 2002 construction project in Old Town to build a new elementary school for the city, bringing together four elementary schools under one roof. In 2003, she became the assistant principal at Old Town Elementary School, which she became principal of in 2006. Since 2008, Jeanna has worked at the University of Maine College of Education and Human Development as an adjunct instructor for field observation and student teaching seminars. She also has supervised student teachers in her elementary school.
Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, 2006, University of Maine
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, 1996, University of Maine
B.S. in Elementary Education, 1988, University of Maine
Courses taught at UMaine
- EHD 400
- STT 498