Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science - Psychology and Minority Studies Master of Arts - Education and Secondary English Education
Mrs. Adrianna Perrault
Many of you know me from around the community or through one of my four daughters attending school in our amazing district. If you don't know me, my door is always open. You can find me in the English Department at Elizabeth High, as Department Chair and teacher of Lit & Comp 300 and 400.
I moved to Colorado with my family in 2018, and we have truly enjoyed becoming a part of this amazing community. Aside from teaching English Language Arts, I love spending time outdoors with my family. During most breaks, you can find us on the Oregon coast--we are avid beach-goers and enjoy jumping waves and late night beach bonfires. When we don't have time for travel, we enjoy exploring the mountains and anything involving water.
I received my first degree in Psychology from PSU. Later, I received a Master's in Education with an endorsement in Secondary English Language Arts from WGU. Education has always been a focus of mine. I began teaching right out of college as a preschool teacher. After having kids, I scaled back my classroom involvement to extra curricular and substitute teaching. I did not think I would get back into teaching full time until my kids were grown and out of the house. However, the community and schools here are so fantastic, I cannot imagine a more fulfilling way to engage with life.