In Dec. 2017, Dianne Meboe, mother of sophomore Issa Meboe, applied and was hired for the role as Raisbeck Aviation High School’s new Learning Efficiency Expert teacher.
“It has been about one month since I started working at RAHS,” said Meboe. “I feel very lucky to be here.”
In her role, Meboe helps students improve their learning abilities and learning techniques, as well as fostering in students a love for school and the satisfaction of a job well done.
“My job is to help students improve their learning ability, develop new tools to study, and enjoy the process,” said Meboe.
Meboe also works on making sure Individualized Educational Plans (IEP) for students are managed well and that advisors work within that aspect.
One of her favorite aspects of working at RAHS is the working with people she feels are almost like family, all in the atmosphere of STEM.
“I love this school and I love aviation!” said Meboe. “The team of students, teachers, and administration are unsurpassed in excellence, kindness and zeal. It feels like I am helping my family.”
Meboe has been a teacher for both a school and for her children.
“I have been a teacher for quite a while,” said Meboe. “For about 10 years I worked at an alternative program in Bellevue teaching math, reading, and French. I also homeschooled my 4 kids for the past 16 years.”
Meboe loves helping people find alternative methods of learning.
“This is my dream job,” said Meboe. “I love all kinds of aviation, and I love helping people find a pathway to learning.”
Meboe’s love for her role at RAHS mirrors what her father once said to her.
“When I was a kid, my dad told me,‘You better like your job because you spend 70% of your life there,’” said Meboe. “I look forward to coming to work every day.”