Samantha Ladouceur


Masters of Education, Early Childhood Education, Lesley University, 2021

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Assumption College, 2013


Massachusetts Teaching Licensure, Early Childhood Education (PreK-2); SEI Endorsement 

Samantha specializes in early education and tutors students in grades K-5 in all subject areas. She has been teaching for over 10 years in a variety of settings. She has extensive experience working with students with a wide range of special needs (including severe behavioral needs) and has worked one-on-one with students with ASD (at all levels, including nonverbal). She enjoys developing personalized curriculum to meet the specific needs of her students, and has taught a wide range of curriculum programs.
Samantha says: “Hi, my name is Sam and I am a second grade teacher in Methuen. I teach English newcomers in my classroom.  In addition to teaching my students the traditional core subjects, I am also teaching them English. Last year, I was a first grade teacher at Witchcraft Heights in Salem. I have experience as a long term substitute in Kindergarten, first and second grade. I have always had a lifelong love of knowledge and I love to help my students develop a love for learning as well. My number one goal in my classroom and as a tutor is to make sure my students feel safe, loved and respected. I just moved to Amesbury with my corgi, Toby. We love exploring the area and taking walks along the beach. When I am not teaching or tutoring, I love to read, travel, ride my Peloton bike and go hiking. My favorite travel experience was my trip to Iceland in 2021! I couldn’t believe how beautiful the country is and I can’t wait to go back again in the future!”