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Grant was a fourth-grade teacher in his first year at the school but his third year teaching, and Gabby was a kindergarten teacher in her first year of Teach For America.
The mood: Grant noticed Gabbie’s vibrance on the first day of school, but their only substantive conversation the first year they worked together was about the Coachella festival.
Abbas: “Every time I brought Melissa a coffee during class, the kids would erupt in ‘oooooooooooooooohs.’ Maybe they knew before we did. One student, Kelvin, would call Melissa ‘mom’ and me ‘dad’ long before we were together.” Melissa: “My favorite thing about teaching at the same school as Abbas is the shared former-student family we have.
“She had a kindergartener who figured out before any of my fourth graders did,” Grant recalls.
Grant moved to Nashville to get a master’s degree at Vanderbilt University.
In 2015, he took a job at a college readiness nonprofit and joined her in New York.
“Maybe they knew before we did.” Five years later, Manjee and Giroux are married — making them one of countless couples that came together while working together in schools.
Nearly 20 percent of married Americans who work in education have spouses who do, too.
The first classroom he walked into was Ybi’s; she was in her first year teaching social studies.