Deaf Elementary School
DES Bullying Policy and Prevention
Jessica Waldbillig has been in the field of education, both ASL and Deaf Education, since 2012. She has a bachelor's in Accountancy from Boise State University. After debating a career change, a friend suggested trying teaching and encouraged her to apply for an ASL position at a local high school in Meridian, Idaho. After getting the job, she fell in love with teaching more with our D/HH students. She decided to return to school and obtain her master's in Deaf Education while leading a team in a public mainstream school. After nine years running the mainstream D/HH program, she went to work for Idaho Educational School for the Deaf and Blind as their preschool teacher; it was her lifelong goal to work for a Deaf school. Since she and her family decided to relocate to Florida, it was between Orlando and St. Augustine, she had her heart set on continuing her career working in a Deaf school, so here she is at FSDB as an assistant principal. She still serves as an adjunct faculty with Boise State.
Master of Education, Deaf Education, Western Oregon University
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Boise State University
We believe in supporting the whole child in a nurturing and supportive environment. As a school of excellence, we define student growth to include students with academic talent as well as empathy, compassion, and kindness.
Specialists & Support StafF
DSI Services Coordinator
Speech Language Pathologist
Billie Jo Mayo