Hello, my name is Ann Rohrer and I am a first-grade teacher at Livermore Valley Academy. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree from CSUChico in education and child development. I obtained my California teaching credential from the University of Phoenix. In addition, I became first level Slingerland trained for Dyslexic students. I have several years of experience, teaching a variety of ages and grade levels. My favorite grade truly is first grade. My experience has been teaching Pre-K through fourth grade, and then sixth grade.
I live here in Livermore with my husband, Scott and our three teenagers, Jacob, Molly and Kate. Jacob is a sophomore at the University Nevada Reno, Molly a senior at Granada High and Kate a sophomore at Granada High.
In my former life prior to Covid-19, I was highly involved (10 years) in CYO Track and Field as the volunteer coordinator for over 100 families and for some years I took on the role as coordinator, both jobs at the same time kept me very busy! I also did outreach programs for youth in both the Livermore and Pleasanton area. In the late spring I was part of the agriculture day for all third-grade classes in Livermore, this took place at Livermore High. I also do local volunteering for creek clean-up. I enjoy being involved in the community. Maybe for the 2021-2022 year I’ll be able to help in our community again. Lastly, I am seldom home on a Saturday, because we are away rooting on our own kids at a sporting event. It is so fun! I do have many hobbies and family activities I like to do, its too many to mention. I enjoy traveling and participating in pretty much any water activity.