Meaghan Osborne is thrilled to join the Our Lady of Mount Carmel family as the Second Grade Homeroom Teacher. Previously, Meaghan taught for five years at De Marillac Academy, a tuition-free Catholic school in the Tenderloin of San Francisco. There Meaghan was the Lead 5th Grade Teacher and taught various courses to fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth grades. Meaghan also served as the Student Council Co-Moderator, Catholic Identity Support, and as a member of the faculty’s Personalized Learning Team. Ever since she was a freshman in high school, Meaghan knew that God was calling her to be a teacher. She feels most fully alive when she is in the classroom, and her favorite part about her job is the students!
Meaghan is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, having attended Our Lady of Mercy School in Daly City and Mercy High School in Burlingame. Meaghan also attended Saint Mary’s College of California for both undergraduate and graduate school. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal and Civic Studies (Teachers for Tomorrow Program) with a minor in Theology and Religious Studies, a cleared Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, and a Master of Arts Degree in Education.
Meaghan is passionate about her Catholic faith and is very much inspired by the lives of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, Saint Edith Stein, and Pope Saint John Paul II. Meaghan enjoys spending time with her family, praying the rosary, going to Eucharistic Adoration, traveling to new cities and countries, drinking coffee, reading, baking, cooking, and shopping at Target. Meaghan looks forward to an exciting new year with her students at Our Lady of Mount Carmel.