Faith Rummelsburg joins John Adams Academy with her husband Steve Rummelsburg, a sixth grade teacher also at our Roseville campus from Atlanta, Georgia. From California originally, Mrs. Rummelsburg has worked at the elementary level for over 23 years now, and her experience includes administrative responsibilities for training, supporting, and coaching teachers in curriculum development and guiding them in their overall professional development.Mrs. Rummelsburg is fluent in Spanish and has experience with language acquisition and development in young scholars.
Mrs. Rummelsburg is the mother of three daughters, two in college and one of whom will be a new scholar at John Adams Academy: Tomi (Eleventh Grade), Kaia (Benedictine College in Kansas), and Kenya, who attends Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina.
Mrs. Rummelsburg is very excited to take on this new role:
The Assistant Dean Position is a great responsibility, one that I hope to fulfill with honor and diligence aided by graces. It is my sincerest intention to foster an intellectually edifying experience for all scholars and families involved in John Adams Academy. I bring many years of experience in coaching teachers and students alike in areas of academic and character development. I am most eager to put my experience to work in building up the pedagogical and methodological skills of our staff so that we may all serve our scholars and their families in a manner consistent with our academy’s philosophy, values, and mission. I am thankful for the opportunity to implement all I have learned in my years working in education. I feel that under the tutelage of servant leaders like Mrs. Yerocostas and Mrs. Brown, I will not only fulfill all expectations, but improve upon what the founder has built.