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Lloydel graduated from Brigham Young University in 2001 and earned his Social Science Teaching license. Lloydel has been teaching at the residential treatment level of care for over 20 years. As he began teaching, he saw a great need for supporting every student the way they deserve and need. He then decided to obtain a Special Education endorsement from Weber State University in 2006. In 2010, he received his master’s degree in education from Southern Utah University. As a part of his master’s project, he created a life skills program for students so they could build their confidence in academic and daily living skills.

Lloydel is passionate in helping students reach their full academic potential. He finds joy in watching the immense growth each student may have never known they could achieve. He feels that education is a key to success in life and in career readiness. He believes that when people choose to be life-long learners they can grow and make their dreams come true. He loves to be a part of helping students and their families create and live the life they love. One of his favorite things about working with students is watching their confidence grow as they succeed in school.

Lloydel enjoys traveling and has been to 16 countries. He lived in Brazil, studied for a semester in Israel, Egypt, Jordan, and studied US History in Illinois. He also studied Anthropology in Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala. He loves to spend time with his wife and five children.