Mrs. Tracy Hecke - Computer
The path my life has taken since marrying Steve over 30 years ago is not one I would have predicted, but what an enjoyable journey it has been!
After graduating from Southeast Missouri State University with a combined B.A. Degree in Elementary Education and Speech Pathology, I interviewed at a little school in St. Peters that was led by a Sister Lillian called All Saints. I lived in Bridgeton then, and not wanting to make that ‘long ride’ across the river, I turned down the position and instead began my teaching career at St. Blaise. After three great years there and the birth of my first son, Danny, I said goodbye and moved to this side of the river. I was fortunate to be able to team-teach in the 3rd grade at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and did so happily until my second son David was born.
I was blessed to be able to stay home at that point, and thoroughly enjoyed my ten years as a “stay-at-home” mom! By the time my third son, Robbie was ready to enter Kindergarten, we had moved again and I was elbows deep in volunteering at their school--coming full circle back to All Saints! Luckily for me, after helping in the Computer Lab, I was in the right place when a position came up and I jumped right in. I felt very blessed to be teaching at the school where my children attended, and believe that is a tribute to how much I value what All Saints provides, educationally and spiritually. The importance that is placed on technology at our school is beneficial to our parents, our staff, and especially to our students as they grow into our 21st century world.
My sons are mostly grown now, and if I find myself with some time on my hands, I love to read, garden, and dabble in digital photography.