DIR. OF SPECIAL ED
I am thrilled to be a part of the Mother Teresa family. I graduated from Immaculata University with an undergraduate degree in early childhood, elementary, and special education. I have my master's degree in education along with my reading specialist certification from Cabrini University. I taught second grade for six years. When I am not in the classroom, I enjoy spending time with my family and coaching basketball at the Agnes Irwin School. I am looking forward to working with you and your child this school year!
PreK4 Kindergarten bridges the path between Preschool and Kindergarten and gives students the gift of time that will help them build a strong foundation for future school success. It blends emotional experience with solid academic learning so that students not only learn essential pre-literacy, pre-math, and other cognitive skills but also develop the needed social skills to succeed in school and life.
Age Group: 4-5 Years Old
Class Size: Ratio 1:10
Sessions: 3 half-days, 3 full-days, 5 half-days, 5 full-days
Interested in learning more about our preschool program? Please contact the school and we will be in touch!
We remember each day how much love God has for us by engaging in prayer. God wants us to continue to grow deeper in his love each and every day by being kind and loving one another.
The more that you read, the more you will know! Daily read aloud’s will foster an early love for reading. Providing the students with a wide variety of genres of books and stories allows students to be exposed to print.
By building on the students experiences and personal lives, students will learn about the different people and places in our community.
Students will develop a love for math and science by using a variety of hands on materials. Building like engineers and conducting experiments like scientists are just some of the ways science and math are explored in the classroom.
Instilling a sense of independence occurs
throughout each school day. Teaching students that they can do anything if they create positive self-esteem for each individual student.