GINA- Co-LEAD TEACHER

Q: What year did you begin teaching at WNNS?

    A: 2014

Q: What was your favorite book when you were a child?

    A: Papa, Please Get The Moon For Me by Eric Carle

Q: What is your favorite children's book now?

    A: We're Going On a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen

Q: What motivates you as an educator? 

    A: A day never goes by that something one of my students does or says doesn't amaze me or teach me something new. The fact that I get to spend every day watching and sharing in the joy that the children experience from learning new things and working towards new goals (big or small!), motivates me as a teacher. 

ANNA - ASSISTANT TEACHER MWF

 coming soon!

ALI - Co-LEAD TEACHER MWF

Q: What year did you begin teaching at WNNS?

2018

Q: What was your favorite book when you were a child?

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

 

Q: What is your favorite children's book now?

Not quite Narwhal

Q: What motivates you as a teacher? 

Working with young children is always an adventure! They teach me to be flexible in my thinking, quick on my feet, and reflective throughout each moment of the day. Every year I feel I’ve gained a new perspective on how to advocate, support, and scaffold children and their inquiries about the world.

MARTIN- ASSISTANT TEACHER Tu/Th

coming soon!

SARAH - Co- LEAD TEACHER Tu/Th

 Q: What year did you begin teaching at WNNS?

    A: 2012

Q: What was your favorite book when you were a child?

    A: Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey

Q: What is your favorite children's book now?

    A: Frog and Toad (series) by Arnold Lobel

Q: What motivates you as a teacher? 

    A: I love teaching the 2-year-olds at WNNS because I am passionate about bridging the gap between home and school. I enjoy showing children that school is a happy and safe place to be, teaching them that learning is fun by engaging their natural curiosity, and helping set the stage for their future success in education and in life!


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