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Ademola Adeyemi
Algebra 1, Head of House – College and Career Math

I am blessed with the most beautiful woman on the face of this planet, Abisola (Abby), the wife of my youth (over 12 years), and because of her, we have the 3 most gorgeous, smart, and intelligent children in the world; Simi (10), David (6), and Esther (2). I recently ran and completed my very first half-marathon (13.1 miles). I used to be so scared of dogs, but I found out just recently I do NOT have that fear anymore. I saw a Coyote head-on during one of my practice runs, and it kept coming close to me and my friend, but noticing we didn’t flinch, it found an escape route through a fence and ran away!

I teach because it goes back to the saying, “To whom much is given, much is expected.” Our future generation of leaders deserve the very best of quality education and am grateful TSAS gives me an opportunity to do my part in making this a reality.

Email: aadeyemi@tsas.org

Room: 207 B

Educational Background:

  • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Central Oklahoma
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Stephanie Heiliger
Algebra 2, Design Algebra 2, and Trigonometry Math

I am married and I have two wonderful children, and I love God and my church. In my down time, I enjoy reading, puzzles, crocheting, and time at the lake.

There are many reasons why I choose to teach mathematics, but one of them is that it is something that I enjoy. I continue teaching mathematics because it is fun to teach, I am good at what I do (although I can always improve!), I believe that learning mathematics can play a vital role in students’ education, and for the many lessons mathematics teach us besides just the math. It is not always fun (for some) and not always easy. Mathematics takes perseverance, hard-work, and critical thinking. These are important lessons for everyone to learn.

Email: sheiliger@tsas.org

Room: 207 A

Education Background:

  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education from Northeastern State University
  • Master of Science in Teaching, Learning, and Leadership from Oklahoma State University
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Fallon Jazz
Design Geometry and Algebra II Math

My name is Fallon Jazz and I live in Owen Park with my wonderful husband Wyatt, my dog Luna, and my cat Sugar. I love all things creative and all things nature! I spend most of my time working in my yard, at the dog park, or thrifting. My preferred form of self-expression is music and both my husband and I write or jam in our free time. We hope to have a children’s album completed in the next few months and another album soon after that!

I teach because it immediately shapes the culture around me. Getting to work with students is a transformative experience for both the students and myself. I teach to bridge the gap between creative expression and systemic, formulaic education practices. I want my students to keep their imaginations alive as long as they exist, and I believe I am a better person because I get to facilitate learning in this way.

Email: fjazz@tsas.org

Room: 206

Educational Background:

  • Bachelor of Science in Math Education from Oral Roberts University