English and Language Arts Teacher
Megan Love began teaching in 2009 and joined Connections Academy as an English and language arts teacher in 2019.
Starting as a sixth-grade language arts teacher, Ms. Love has also taught seventh and eighth grade language arts, middle school social studies, and was an adjunct professor of an elementary education night program. She has experience teaching English as a second language online as well.
“I’ve always enjoyed working with young people and guiding their learning experiences in an encouraging environment. Our leadership team at Willamette Connections Academy genuinely cares about the well-being of the staff and students, and the teachers support one another to do what’s best for the kids,” says Ms. Love.
An education at Willamette Connections Academy helps prepare students for the future because their learning is personalized and autonomous. Students can choose their own pathway, their own schedule, and have a greater level of independence in their day. If a family is looking for an alternative learning environment to the brick-and-mortar setting, Willamette Connections Academy may be a great fit.
"I’ve always enjoyed working with young people and guiding their learning experiences in an encouraging environment."
— Ms. Love
Ms. Love earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational communication and a master’s degree in teaching from George Fox University. In her free time, she enjoys traveling; hiking in local natural parks; and spending time with her son and husband, who is a middle school teacher. Ms. Love also collects coffee mugs from her travels and loves to write short stories.