Jaime Treadwell began her career over 20 years ago, teaching students with mild to moderate learning disabilities. Jaime earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Special Education, and a Master’s degree in Educational Technology, both at the University of Dayton. When her only child was born, Jaime took a break from classroom teaching to raise her son. She has been blessed to homeschool him since kindergarten. Family read-alouds, occasional messy science experiments, and many family trips around the US ensued. In 2016, one of her neighbors needed a math teacher for her homeschooled daughter, bringing Jaime out of “teacher retirement.” Since then, she’s taught Algebra 1 through Pre-Calculus to a number of students, and helped instill a love of math when there were once (sometimes) tears. She marvels at how math reveals itself in all of God’s creation.
Jaime loves to cook and bake for others, read (especially mysteries!), bicycle, listen to Petra, host get-togethers, and explore the woods, often accompanied by her husband, Eric, and son, Benjamin. While not raised in a Christian home, Jaime was introduced to Jesus by her best friend, and became a committed Christian at 13. Jaime also serves at her local church, caring for infants, teaching preschoolers, and preparing meals for families in need of help.