Learning Strategists' Coaching Menu

Agassi Prep Best Practices

The way this "restaurant" works

Choose from a variety of options below. MIX and MATCH to design what is appetizing to you! Note: All dishes are free of cost (but hugs <and chocolate> will be happily accepted as payment for those who so desire).


Craving something not listed on the menu?

ORDER IT ANYWAY! The Chefs are willing to collaboratively create new items as needed!


The chefs do NOT claim to be experts, but gather from a wide range of experience, fresh ingredients, and serving suggestions from other customers!

Click the red box above to fill out a comment card on your restaurant experience. We are open to any/all feedback! All comments and suggestions are always welcome!

Mrs. Jessica Oliva

Mrs. Jessica M. Oliva was born and raised in Northeast Pennsylvania. She began teaching in 2002. She holds Bachelor's degrees in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from East Stroudsburg University, a Master's Degree in Reading from Goucher College, and is a Certified Reading Specialist. Mrs. Oliva has taught all disciplines in Elementary School in both Pennsylvania and Maryland and taught Middle School English at Agassi Prep for three years. Mrs. Oliva has held many school leadership positions, including Grade Level Chair, English Department Chair, Instructional Technology eCoach, and Principal Advisory Committee. In 2012, Mrs. Oliva was named Anne Arundel County's Teacher of the Year for Brooklyn Park Elementary. Beginning in June 2015, Mrs. Oliva began her adventure as an Elementary Learning Strategist/Instructional Coach at Agassi Elementary. Her goals for the 2016-17 school year are to continue building a culture of academic excellence, high-expectations, and positive morale. Her vision is that ALL students will have an elementary school experience that adequately prepares them for success in Middle and High school and ultimately college and career.

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