Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors in Accounting and Marketing, Blackburn College Masters in Multicatagorical Special Education, Governors State University
Mr. Jason Krausz
My name is Jason Krausz and I am in my seventh year of teaching special education at Romeoville High School. I am currently supporting the Social Studies Department. Previously I taught Geometry and Transition to College with the Math Department.
Period 1: Plan
Period 2: U.S. History with Ms. Finke
Period 3: U.S. History with Ms. Finke
Period 4: CRC U.S. History
Period 5: Lunch and Supervision
Period 6: U.S. History with Ms. Finke
Period 7: U.S. History with Ms. Finke
Additionally, I am in my six year as an assistant coach for track and field (horizontal jumps) at Romeoville High School. I been fortunate to have four state-qualifiers in track, one all-state triple jumper, and multiple all-conference indoor and outdoor jumpers. I am also entering my third season coachingCross Country.
Please use this link to visit our Romeoville Cross Country website ran by the coaches.
Previously, I taught special education at Southwest Cook County Cooperative Association for Special Education as part of their Communication Development program and at Peotone High School. I was a teaching assistant at Shepard High School in Palos Heights. Before teaching, I worked in the auditing of government agencies of the state of Illinois.
I from graduated from Blackburn College with a Bachelors degree in Accounting and Marketing in 2008, where I lettered in football. I completed my Masters in Multicatagorical Special Education in 2012 from Governors State University. I am a graduate of Stagg High School ('04). I was a member of the track and football team, including the 2002 team that reached the 7A semi-finals.
My personal interests include reading historical nonfiction and volunteering at historic sites, including: Shiloh National Battlefield, Resaca State Battlefield, and the Carter House historic site, operated by the Battle of Franklin Trust. I am also a contributer to Civil War Digital Digest, which is a program that covers material culture of the American Civil War.