Mrs. Jill Freeman

Kindergarten Support

  • If you shop at Staples, please consider visiting staples.com/classroomrewards and search for Jill Freeman at Llewellyn Early Chldhd Ed Ctr and enter your receipt number to help earn monery for your child's classroom.  Money earned will be used to buy paper, pencils, and other school supplies the children need throughout the year!

  • Meet the Teacher

    Welcome to Kindergarten at Llewellyn Early Childhood Center!  My name is Jill Freeman, and this is my fifth year working for the Minersville Area School District.  Previously, I worked as the 7th Grade Learning Support Teacher for two years, and the 8th Grade Learning Support Teacher for two years at the Minersville Jr/Sr High School.  This will be my first year working in the Kindergarten setting and I am so excited to be working with the brilliant young minds of Kindergarten.

    Education

    I am a 2010 graduate of Pottsville Area High School.  I attended Temple University for my post-secondary education.  While at Temple University, I was accepted into an accelerated masters program, where I took graduate level classes as an undergraduate student.  I graduated from Temple University in 2014 with a B.S. in Early Childhood/Elementary Education and in 2015 with a M.Ed. in Special Education.  While working for Minersville Area School District, I enrolled at Arizona State University Online.  I completed coursework while teaching to earn a M.Ed. in Instruction and Curriculum (Applied Behavioral Analysis).  I hold current Pennsylvania Instructional II certification in Early Childhood/ Elementary Education (PK-4) and Special Education (K-8) with an endorsement in Autism Support.

    Interests

    From a young age, I have always been in and around the water.  In my free time, I am Blue Mountain High School's assistant swim coach.  I am also a certified American Red Cross Water Safety and Lifeguard Instructor.  I also love to travel abroad and see as many countries as possible!

    I am looking forward to a great year with great students!  Remember, "Strive for progress not perfection!"