Welcome to 4th Grade!

Phone: 402-331-0891


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education Masters of Curriculum and Instruction Master's of Educational Counseling (in progress)

Mrs. Jayme Fauble

     My days in Ralston began as a preschool student in 1989 at Mockingbird Elementary before moving on to Blumfield to finish my elementary years.  I graduated from Ralston High School in 2003 and immediately began my degree at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  I earned my Bachelors of Science degree in Elementary Education in December of 2007.  After graduation, I substitute taught for Ralston.  After one semester, I was hired as a 4th grade teacher at Blumfield.  I have been at Blumfield since the fall of 2008, teaching several different grade levels, including 3rd and 4th grade.  While teaching, I completed my Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction through Doane College.  I am currently working on my Master's of Educational Counseling degree through Doane.  I am always excited to learn new things to bring to the classroom in order to help my students!

     In 2012 I became a mother to my twins, Lilly and Brooks.  They both attend school at Meadows Elementary and are always excited about what they are learning there.  I also have two step-sons, Collin and Chapman who helped complete my beautiful family.  I am passionate about Ralston Schools as a former student and current teacher.  Ralston is a great place to be, we are supportive and passionate about our students and staff and I am glad to be a part of that. 

      When asked what my favorite part of teaching is I always say the same thing, I love the connections I make with students, the diversity of our district and the impact I can make on a child's life.  Something I didn't expect to gain from teaching is the lasting impact my students would have on my life.  My students teach me about resilliance, courage, passion and much more.  I am proud to be a part of Ralston Public Schools! 

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