Hello! My name is Susan Wolff. I currently teach middle school ELA (reading and language arts) at St. Nicholas. I’ve come to this school with 17 years of experience in teaching middle school children.
Upon graduating from Edgewood College in 2000, I taught junior high math and language arts at St. James School in Madison. From there, I ventured into the world of public school and taught 7th grade math for 3 years at Parkside School in Wautoma. Before coming to St. Nicholas, I was at St. Lucy School in Racine for 7 years. While there, I primarily taught middle school mathematics, but I also worked with seventh and eighth graders in reading, language arts, and religion.
I already feel very welcome at St. Nicholas in starting my 18th year of teaching. I look forward to working with your student(s) and hope that we can form a supportive learning team. Please feel free to contact me with any questions that may pop up during the school year: email@example.com
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