About Kevin Veroneau

May 25, 2010

Kevin Veroneau resides in Texas and teaches social studies to students in the Northeast Independent School District.  Dedicated to teaching and improving the lives of young people through education, Kevin Veroneau shares his passion for learning.

As a professional teacher/coach, Kevin Veroneau stays active with several athletic organizations, including the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association, the United States Soccer Federation, and the Texas High School Coaches Association.

Kevin Veroneau fulfilled his dream of becoming a teacher to inspire students to develop strong minds and bodies. In 1995, Kevin Veroneau began his career as a physical education and health teacher for Toledo Public Schools in Toledo, Ohio. He taught in this school district for five years prior to accepting a new position in Findlay City Schools as a middle school teacher. While working with sixth- through eighth-grade students, Kevin Veroneau taught health and computer literacy and designed course work as a member of the Health and Computer Literacy Curriculum Committee.

Kevin Veroneau earned Dean’s List distinction and later a Bachelor of Education from The University of Toledo in Ohio. Deciding to pursue graduate studies in his field, Kevin Veroneau received his Master of Education from Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan in 2009.

Throughout his long career as an educator, Kevin Veroneau has demonstrated superior coaching abilities in high school and club sports. At Findlay High School, Kevin Veroneau spent nearly nine years serving as the girls varsity soccer coach winning four district titles and nine league titles while also serving as the girls director of coaching for the Findlay Soccer Club.

Kevin Veroneau brings his educational expertise to his present teaching position in the Northeast Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas. Passionate about athletics and being active, Kevin Veroneau enjoys exercising, participating in sports, traveling, and remodeling homes.


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