Kevin Veroneau - Teacher

Teacher - Lee High School at Northeast Independent School District



Current location

United States

Work category

Education and Training



Profile Activity

A graduate of the University of Toledo, Kevin Veroneau holds a Bachelor of Education in Physical Education. He later continued his studies at Marygrove College, where he earned a Master of Education in the Art of Teaching. Maintaining licensure as a social studies, health, and physical education teacher, Kevin Veroneau currently teaches and is the girls varsity soccer coach at Lee HS in the Northeast Independent School District in Texas. He previously fulfilled a similar role at Pinellas County Schools, where he taught Economics, United States History, and American Government. Actively involved with his professional community, Mr. Veroneau belongs to the Texas High School Coaches Association and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Outside of his professional career, Kevin Veroneau remains a devoted philanthropist. He has donated to the United Way and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. In addition, he strives to volunteer his time to various causes as often as possible.

Kevin Veroneau's Professional Experience

2013 - Present

South Texas Youth Soccer Association - ODP Coach

Olympic Development Program Coach

2012 - Present

Classics Elite Soccer Club - Girls U-11 Soccer Coach

5x Tournament Champions
3x League Champions
Record = 54 - 2 - 3 (W/L/T)

Kevin Veroneau's Education and Qualifications


Masters/PostGrad - Education

Marygrove College


Bachelor/Degree - Education

University of Toledo

Kevin Veroneau's Additional Information




Coaching Soccer, Volunteering, Remodeling/Construction, Exercising, Athletics, Board Games, United Way, Make-A-Wish Foundation


National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association, United States Soccer Federation, Ohio Youth Soccer Association, Texas High School Coaches Association, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society