Mrs. Deborah Grimmer
Mrs. Deborah Grimmer moved to Las Vegas in 2015 from Stafford County, Virginia. She holds a BS in Community Health Education from Brigham Young University. Deborah taught prenatal classes to expectant mothers and provided patient education to women in childbearing years, before entering the field of education. She taught elementary school for six years in Stafford, Virginia. After moving to Las Vegas, she taught two more years in middle and high school for the Clark County School District. Deborah is licenced through Clark County School District, and completed her student teaching at the McCaw School of Mines. Mrs. Grimmer is teaching 3rd Grade General Studies.
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