Degrees and Certifications:

Masters of Science in Secondary Education of Students Who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Bachelors of Science in American Sign Language and English Interpretation, Texas Professional License to teach Deaf and Hard of Hearing students, and English Language Arts and Reading Gr. 7-12, Sign Language Proficiency Interview - Native Signer

Ms. Candy Jones

Hi, my name is Candy! My parents are deaf, which is why I decided to become a Teacher for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing (ToD). I received my Master of Science degree in Secondary Education of Students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing from Rochester Institute Technology's National Technical Insitute for the Deaf. I first started my career at the Alaska State School for the Deaf (AKSD). I continued my career at Eagle County Schools in Colorado as an Itinerant ToD. I enjoy teaching English/Language Arts here at Churchill's Regional Day School Program for the Deaf!

Tutoring Hours: 8:15-8:45 A.M. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday each week in B205.

  • Period 1 - English II Co-Teach

    Period 2 - English I Co-Teach

    Period 3 - Conference

    Period 4 - DHH Reading Resource

    Period 5 - Lunch

    Period 6 - DHH English Resource I & II

    Period 7 - DHH English Resource III & IV

    Period 8 - DHH Resource