Close the opportunity gap by providing small group math & literacy instruction for our highest need students in order to accelerate their academic growth.

Denver Math Fellows at Amesse Elementary

Welcome to Amesse Elementary

 

Pablo Estrada is the Math Fellow Coordinator at Amesse Elementary. He was born in Mexico but has lived in Denver since he was four. He received in BA in Behavioral Sciences through Metro State College and his MA in Multicultural and Linguistic Diversity from CU Boulder. His favorite part of working with fellows is the ability to expand his impact to more students. He said, “Even though I left the classroom and miss the direct impact, I see it as a broader picture and I am able to impact more students which is my ultimate goal.”
Bradman Goodall is a Math Fellow at Amesse Elementary School this year. He lived in Jamaica until he was 8 and then moved to Pembroke Pines, Florida. He graduated from Florida International University with a BS in Marketing. When asked about why he become a fellow, he said, “I had just graduated in the spring and always had an interest in education so I thought this would be a great opportunity.”
Hanna DeJarnett is a second year fellow serving at Amesse Elementary School. Originally from Martinsburg, West Virginia, Hanna received a BA in Philosophy. She said, “I’ve always loved doing service, I volunteered throughout college with kids, and I liked Amesse so I stayed for another year!”
Originally from Arlington, TX, Hector Huante is a Denver Math Fellow at Amesse Elementary. He majored in Visual Communication from the University of Texas at Arlington. When asked what he liked most about working with students, he said, “I like seeing them overcoming challenges and their growth.”
Marwan Ali is a Denver Math Fellow at Amesse Elementary School this year. He is originally from Sudan, where he graduated from Khartoum University with a degree in Business Administration. He said he likes a lot of things about working with students. “The best thing that I enjoy is when I see that ‘wow moment’ and they understand what I’m saying and absorb the concept,” said Marwan. Seeing them every morning lifts him up.
Hanna greets students as they enter the Math Fellow classroom.