Sally DePeaux, M.A.

Intervention Teacher


Sally’s career in education has been extensive in Illinois, Texas and California.  She received her undergraduate degree from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI with a Government/History major and graduate degree in Elementary Education from National-Louis University in Evanston, IL. Upon relocating to California, she obtained her CA Teaching Credential and completed the CA Reading Certificate Program from Cal State Fullerton.  Sally joined the faculty at Mission Parish School as the seventh-grade teacher and later as the Inclusion Specialist developed their Resource Center to provide remedial and/or advanced instruction for students.  Sally’s first acquaintance with Pathway came in 2007 when an article entitled “The Little School That Could” was published in a local paper.  After a visit to the school, it became apparent to her that Pathway was following its mission in meeting the needs of their students.  Sally felt fortunate that an opportunity to be part of Pathway.  She became a substitute teacher and later on staff as an instructional assistant, history teacher and is currently working with students in the reading intervention program within the Learning Center.