Jacie Reagan is no stranger to Wisconsin. She has previously served as a teacher in the Wisconsin Conference and we welcome her back to teach 3rd and 4th grades at the Milwaukee Seventh-day Adventist School North Campus.
Jacie was born and raised in northwest Indiana. Her parents were born and raised in Tennessee so she considers that home as well. In relating how her family came into the Seventh-day Adventist Church Jacie says, “Soon after my parents married they moved to Indiana. The landlord was a Seventh-day Adventist and studied with my mother. She was baptized when I was two.”
Church school comprised most of Jacie’s personal education. Her grandmother was a teacher who was very much respected and loved. Jacie states, “I think I have always wanted to be a teacher.” Graduating from Andrews University, she went on to receive her Master’s Degree from Grand Valley State University in Michigan. Regarding her love of teaching she says, “I very much enjoy working with young people, teaching, listening, watching them catch on to concepts and grow academically as well as spiritually. I love sharing Jesus’ love with them.”
Jacie and her husband enjoy their blended family which includes eight children and 24 grandchildren. She loves spending time with her family every chance she gets. Her husband is a ‘retired’ builder and she enjoys working with him. She also likes reading, cooking, walking, and enjoying nature.
Talking of her return to Wisconsin Jacie says, “I look forward to working again with my MSDAS family and the Wisconsin Conference.”
Laurella Case, Assistant to Communications