Mrs. Rosco

Phone: (208) 855 - 4050 ext. 1320


Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. in Secondary Education, Mathematics (2012) M.Ed. in Educational Leadership (2017)

Mrs. Rosco

Welcome students, parents, and guardians! My name is Breanne Rosco and this is my seventh year as a teacher at MVHS. I graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Secondary Education from Boise State University. In 2017, I completed my Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership through the University of Idaho. I am currently the math department lead which means my room will be off limits Wednesday mornings during collaboration. But, not to worry, there are plenty of other times you or your student can catch me in my room (see available times below).

I have been married to my husband, Brian, for going on 8 years after we met as sophomores in high school and married 7 years later. Last year in July we welcomed our first child into the world, a sweet, tenacious, and spirited son named Luke. As of this summer, we now have three fur-babies: a puppy named Molly and two cats, Jax and Digby. No judgments on the name Digby - I named her 19 years ago this winter... As for my childhood, I had a pretty eventful one being the daughter of a hockey coach. I spent many years of my life in hockey rinks thanks to my dad, my two older brothers, and my Canadian roots. I did not however play hockey myself, despite my dad’s best efforts. I settled on a sport that was played far away from the cold, a sport played under the summer sun, fast-pitch softball. I played competitively throughout my childhood and teen years but decided not to pursue it any further after high school as I wanted to focus on my schooling. These days I have found my way back to softball playing slow-pitch on the weekends and throughout the summer evenings.

I wasn't always aware that I wanted to one day become an educator, but I have always had a huge passion for serving and helping others. It was while attending a Communication 101 class at BSU that something clicked listening to a peer's persuasive speech on "Why You Should Become a Teacher." That week, after discussing my feelings with my parents, I changed my major to secondary education and have never looked back. Since attending my first education class, it was evident that I have a huge passion for teaching and learning, and for mathematics. I really hope that my passion comes out and inspires your children to appreciate the beauty and art of mathematics.

I am generally pretty available to students for help outside of class. If your student needs to find me outside of class, generally they can find me in my room during the following times:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – MAV Time (7:15 – 7:35)

Monday – Friday – Lunch time (roughly 11:00 – 11:30)

Monday – Thursday – After school (2:45 – 3:15)

If you should ever need to reach me, for any reason at all, email is the easiest way, I am very excited to meet and get to know you and your children this coming school year!