As my sixteenth year of service at St. Mary School continues, I am reminded daily how blessed I am to to be a part of this wonderful school community. It has been an exciting year so far, filled with learning opportunities and faith experiences.
I am a graduate of Binghamton University, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology as well as a
Master of Science in Education. I am permanently certified teacher with over 30 years of teaching experience in a variety of academic
settings. I am currently teaching seventh and eighth grade science which includes Regents Earth Science, Living Environment and Health. I have also served as science chairperson at St. Mary School since 2010. I am adviser to several science clubs at
St. Mary School including “Supermarket Science” for grades 1-2, “Junior Chemists” for grades 3-4, and
the “Archaeology Club”, as well as the Bowling Club. I also serve on the Yearbook and Graduation committees. In addition, I am a founding member of both the St. Mary
Science/Technology/Engineering/Math Program and the STEM community of the Diocese of Rockville