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Mrs. Iwaskiewicz - Room 301

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Meet Your Teacher!

        My name is Kirstyn Iwaskiewicz and I am so lucky to be your child’s teacher this year! I am very excited to get to know you, and I would like to introduce myself. This is my third year working here at Johnson Elementary School and my fifth year teaching second grade! This will be my 11th year teaching. I graduated from Florida Southern College in 2007 and since then have taught students ranging from age 3 through 11. I have worked in both public and private schools in Florida, New Jersey, New York, and here in Vermont!

        One of my favorite things to do is to teach kids at Johnson Elementary School, but when I'm not in the classroom there are many other things I love to do. I love to be outside. Hiking, canoeing, gardening, skiing, exploring, and walking my dogs Toby and Tallulah are just a few of the best parts of living in the mountains. I am also an avid traveler. Last summer I was lucky to visit several National Parks across 22 states. We are so fortunate to share such a beautiful and diverse country with so many incredible places to explore, yet I am glad to be back home in the Green Mountains.

        I'm very excited for the new school year at JES! Teaching is my passion, and it stems directly from my love for children and the belief that every child has the potential to achieve greatness in his or her own way. It is with the highest concern for the children’s best interests that I conduct myself, my lessons, and the classroom environment. I believe that every child deserves the greatest education possible and that classroom activities should foster a love for learning that goes beyond academics. I spark my students’ inherent curiosity by providing opportunities to express themselves and their learning in many diverse ways, and I place a large focus on building real-world connections to academic instruction. I also foster the students’ confidence and self-regulation skills by providing exercises that help build an awareness of their emotional and physical states. I put my heart into creating a classroom where all children feel safe, valued, respected, appropriately challenged, and- of course- happy!

 

        With friendly thanks and best wishes,

                                            Ms. Iwaskiewicz



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Kirstyn Iwaskiewicz,
Aug 27, 2016, 1:52 PM
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