JAnelle veith, Principal
Ms. Veith earned her Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Alaska-Anchorage where she was an Academic All-American on the volleyball team. She then went on to teach grades K, 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 6th in Florida, Alaska, and Nevada. In 2015, while serving as the Director of Curriculum and Assessment for Quest Academy, Ms. Veith graduated with her Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Arizona State University. She believes children will rise to the level of expectation and as Principal will strive to provide a quality educational environment where students are critical thinkers and are on the path to being college and career ready.
STEPHANIE BROWN, ASSESSMENT COORDINATOR, HIGH SCHOOL LIAISON
I earned my Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis in English and American Literature from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In my seven years with Quest, I have served in various capacities including teaching high school English and site administration. Since 2016, I have overseen Quest Academy's ELL testing and local/state assessments for grades K-8. I believe that students perform best when they are prepared to meet the challenges they face along each step of their educational journey. It is my goal as Assessment Coordinator to help provide optimal testing conditions and support for students and teachers.
Jackie working, STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES DIRECTOR
Hello Quest Families! I am Mrs. Working and I have been serving as Quest Academy’s Special Education Director since 2015. I have been with Quest since 2012, and have served as a special education teacher prior to moving to my current position. Before moving to Nevada, I served as a special education teacher in Maryland and overseas. I obtained my Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education from the University of the Philippines-Diliman, and Master’s Degree in Special Education and Endorsement in Educational Leadership from Western Governors University. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, exploring different food places, reading, and spending time with my husband and pup. I firmly believe that we all learn in different ways and at different paces, and so it is important to get to know what our students’ strengths are and how best they can learn new things. Our Special Ed Team and I are excited to work with our students and families this year!