Mrs. Deborah Brown

Fifth & Sixth Grade Humanities

Mrs. Deborah Brown holds a NH Certification in Elementary Education (K-8) from Franklin Pierce University. She holds a Highly Qualified Teaching Designation (HQT) in grades (K-6). Additionally, she is certified in Special Education as a Paraprofessional II. Mrs. Brown’s BA Degree is from the University of Arizona, where she received a four year academic scholarship.

A former VP in banking on the Seacoast, Mrs. Brown answered the call to serve promote Catholic education. Recently, she comes to us from North Hampton School. She held teaching and support positions in General and Special Education (Pre-K -8), Middle School Case Manager, 7th and 8th Grade certified Educational Associate / Social Studies and Student Government Advisor. She taught various grade levels during the ESY Summer Program and was a Title I tutor at NHS. “Teaching is her passion; not a profession.”

Mrs. Brown believes in the importance of building strong relationships within her school and broader community. She understands that connecting with students engages them to be life-long learners. She is both excited and committed to again implement a faith-filled curriculum and continue to create a unique interactive classroom environment that promotes citizenship inside and outside Saint Patrick Academy.

When not teaching, Mrs. Brown is the primary caregiver for her Mom who lives with her, her husband Chuck (“Charlie Brown, he’s a good man”), her son Kyle, and their Golden Retriever, Nutmeg “Meggie”. She enjoys antiquing and spending time at her two favorite places; the beaches on the Seacoast and the Arizona desert, both places where she feels at home.