Pre-K 3 and AIS – Mrs. Carr

Pre-K 3 and AIS – Mrs. Carr

Pre-K 3 & AIS Mrs. Carr mcarr@syrdiocese.org Supply List Web Page Pre-K Overview 1. What do you teach at St. Mary’s Academy? “I am the Academic Intervention Specialist, Special Education Teacher, and Preschool 3 Teacher.” 2. What do you love about St. Mary’s Academy?...
Pre-K 4 Year Old – Mrs. Jennings

Pre-K 4 Year Old – Mrs. Jennings

Pre-K 4 Year Old Mrs. Carolyn Jennings cjennings@syrdiocese.org Supply List Web Page Pre-K Overivew 1. What do you teach at St. Mary’s Academy? “I teach Pre-K 4.” 2. What do you love about St. Mary’s Academy? “I love the feeling of belonging at St. Mary’s...
Kindergarten – Mrs. Boronczyk

Kindergarten – Mrs. Boronczyk

Kindergarten Mrs. Boronczyk dboronczyk@syrdiocese.org Supply List Web Page 1. What do you teach at St. Mary’s Academy? “Kindergarten” 2. What do you love about St. Mary’s Academy? “What’s not to love about St. Mary’s?!!  I love everything from the...
Grade 1 – Mrs. Pease

Grade 1 – Mrs. Pease

Grade 1 Mrs. Alicia Pease acassano@syrdiocese.org Supply List Web Page 1. What do you teach at St. Mary’s Academy? “I currently teach first grade.” 2. What do you love about St. Mary’s Academy? “I love many things about St. Mary’s Academy. I love that the classes are...
Grade 2 – Ms. Sheridan

Grade 2 – Ms. Sheridan

What do you teach at St. Mary’s Academy?
“I teach second grade.”

2. What do you love about St. Mary’s Academy?
“One of the things I love most about St. Mary’s is that the small class sizes allow for me to get to
know each of my students very well and form positive connections with them. The family
involvement at St. Mary’s is unique and helps to create a welcoming community.”

3. Why do you like teaching at St. Mary’s Academy? What motivated you to become a teacher at
St. Mary’s Academy?
“I enjoy teaching at St. Mary’s because there is a great amount of family involvement, which I
feel benefits the students and creates a uniquely inviting and caring community. The faculty at
St. Mary’s is also extremely considerate and helpful, which makes working here an enjoyable
experience.”
“I attended Catholic School as a child and grew to really value and appreciate not only the
education that I received, but the lessons I learned and values I gained. When I decided that I
wanted to teach, I knew I wanted the opportunity to share with students the values and virtues
that are included in Catholic Education.”
4. What is a unique experience, talent, or interest that you bring to your classroom to help shape
the learning experience of your students?
“I want my students to not only excel academically, but to also excel in the personal/social
aspects of their lives. I try to teach my students each day the importance of being a good friend
to others and working together to be successful. I try to give my students as many opportunities
as possible to work together in order to develop strong social skills and create a caring and
welcoming community within our classroom.”
5. What sets St. Mary’s Academy students apart from students in other schools?
“The students at St. Mary’s academy companionate and driven. They not only strive to great
students, but to be positive members of the community.”
6. What do you want your students to gain from having known you?
“I want my students to be proud of who they are and to know that it is important for them to
always be themselves, be kind and considerate of others, and try their absolute best.”
7. Is there anything else you would like to share about yourself? Perhaps a fun fact?
“I love sports. I try to attend as many local sporting events as I can and participate in sports
myself. I love staying active with my dog.”

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