Elise Rosch began her career with DoDEA at Ramstein Elementary School in 2006, where she taught a kindergarten German partial immersion program for three years. Rosch also served as a Sure Start teacher in Sasebo, Japan before transferring to Spangdahlem Elementary School as a third grade teacher. She presently teaches fourth grade. Rosch plays an active role in DoDEA schools, and currently serves as a member of Spangdahlem Elementary School's Continuous School Improvement Leadership Team, heading the data and assessment committee.

In addition to her leadership efforts, Rosch sponsors German and history after-school clubs to students.

Rosch encourages active participation of volunteers in her classroom and enjoys teaching German classes to children at the Spangdahlem Community Center. As a voting member of the American Educational Research Association, Rosch understands the importance of using current research and student data to drive her instruction.

Rosch received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Arts in German from Kalamazoo College in Mich., in 2002. In 2003, Rosch received her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education. She attended the University of Colorado and obtained her Master of Arts in German in 2007.

Rosch works hard to prepare all her students for success in the 21st century using collaboration between of educators, administrators, parents, and members of the community.

DoDEA's official photo of Ms. Elise Rosch.
Elise Rosch 4th Grade Teacher
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