New Faculty Spotlight: Ms. Stamper

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Stamper joins the World Languages department for the 2021-2022 school year.

Ms. Natalie Stamper will teach French II, French III, French III Honors, and French V AP starting in fall of 2021. Ms. Stamper has taught for over 15 years at Lewis and Clark College, prep schools, middle and high schools, and a World Languages nonprofit. She’s excited about getting to know the community at Jesuit.

“I’m very excited about the community that I’m just now getting to learn about. I’m very excited about working with the students, and I’m excited about my department, and the exchange of ideas with my fellow World Language teachers. I’m excited to try new things,” Stamper said.

Stamper is passionate about the outdoors and gardening, and enjoys spending time with her family and friends outside, alongside being a connoisseur of puns. She’s an outspoken proponent of creativity and freedom in writing.

“[Working] at a world languages nonprofit together, and one time I [asked], ‘What do we do with this, what’s the policy?’ and she said, ‘You know, we’re just making this up sometimes as we go along.’…sometimes things aren’t written down, and things aren’t decided… It gave me the freedom and the ability to make a creative answer,” Stamper said.