Mrs. Sauer is an elementary mentor-teacher at Michigan International Prep School, as well as a mentor for 6th and 7th graders. She has had extensive experience in the classroom, having served as a teacher’s aide, preschool teacher, and substitute teacher for several years. She loves being around children and is passionate about their growth.
Mrs. Sauer earned her bachelor’s degree from Madonna University in American Sign Language/ Deaf community Studies. Mrs. Sauer’s passion for this language stemmed from her older sister who is deaf and a true inspiration to her. Mrs. Sauer received her master’s degree from Oakland University in teaching elementary education with an emphasis in Language Arts. She is currently working on a counseling endorsement from Grand Valley State University.
One of Emily’s favorite hobbies is traveling and exploring the world as much as she can with her husband. She loves to read and spend time with my family and friends.
Why Emily chose MIPS...
“I chose the career path of teaching to enjoy those “ah-ha” moments, be the positive influence in students’ lives, and encourage them that they are capable of anything.
I wanted to be a part of the MIPS family because those three reasons are what we are all about. MIPS embraces uniqueness and we tailor our curriculum to meet the needs of all our students and because of this, they are successful.
We listen, adapt, and produce our courses for the betterment of our students and are always in communication with our MIPS families. I am so excited to be a part of the MIPS team as I am eager to help fuel our students’ passion of learning and watch them grow and reach their full academic potential! MIPS is not just an online school…it’s a virtual experience.”