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Welcome, My name is Don A. Boucree. I am the Middle School Math Teacher at Resurrection of Our Lord School. I have been teaching at ROOL since 2017. I have a Bachelor Degree in Science / Math, and a Master's Degree in Educational Administration and Counselling.


I have been an educator in the Archdiocese of New Orleans for over 33 years. I have served as a Principal and/or teacher at several Catholic schools in the city. Before joining the ROOL staff, I worked previously at: Xavier University, Christian Brothers School, St Augustine HS, St Joan of Arc and St Peter Claver Catholic School. I am also currently an Adjunct Math Teacher at Delgado Community College, City Park Campus.


At ROOL , I teach 7th grade Math, Religion and serve as the Middle School Coordinator.


I strongly believe that all students can learn and that it truly takes a village to raise our children.


If you would like to contact me, you can email me or call the school office and leave a message.



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What's The Difference Between Elementary School and Middle School?

Elementary school in the US often refers to grades Kindergarten through 5th grade (At ROOL  K to 4th is elementary). In Elementary school, students generally have one teacher that teaches most if not all of the subjects. Students report to the same classroom and teacher every day. So for example, 3rd grade students have one teacher that teaches them Math, Science, Social Studies, and English all in one classroom.

Here at ROOL and  in the Archdiocese of New Orleans, Middle School is grades 5th,  6th, and 7th, in which students begin to prepare for their transition to high school (grades 8th-12th). In middle school, students frequently have different teachers for different subjects. For example, a student would have a different teacher for Science, English, Math, and Social Studies. Students also have to switch classrooms to go to their next class/teacher. Again, middle school is transitioning students to be more high school prepared.