At Holy Family Elementary, we have the most amazing faculty & staff. The commitment and dedication of those who work here is like no other. They walk in their faith every single day and love our students fiercely. Each and every one of them brings something unique to the table and we would not be the school we are without them.
When a member of our faculty & staff leaves, we are saddened and oftentimes feel like something is missing. But God never leaves us feeling that way for long. He brings us the exact person we need to fill that gap and make us whole again.
This year, God brought us Mrs. Angela Miller. We are happy to have her with us and we invite you to take a moment to get to know her and to welcome her on our social media.
Name: Angela Miller
Position at HFE: Special Education Paraprofessional
Tell me about your family: My husband and I are the parents of two boys. Lucas is a sophomore at Hays High and Korbin is a 6th grader at Hays Middle School.
Tell me about your previous work experience: I’ve been a SPED para for 11 years. I previously worked at Roosevelt before coming to HFE.
Tell me about your hobbies, extracurricular activities, what you like to do outside of work: I love to read, play word games, and work in the garden. I also really like to color! I find it relaxing.
Tell me why you are excited to work at HFE: I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with a whole different group of kids in a new environment.
Describe the personality trait you think you have that will best support HFE and our faculty & staff: Perseverance - no matter how challenging things may get, I don’t give up easily.
If you could own another home, in addition to the one you have, where would you want it to be located: A little cabin in the woods where I can sit out on my porch and enjoy the sounds of nature.
What bit of knowledge or advice do you have that you wish you could pass on to others: Cherish every moment because you don’t know what you’ve got until gone.
What fear do you most want to be rid of forever: Not exactly a fear, but anxiety. I could do without that.