About Mrs. Bartoszak



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My 
name is Theresa Bartoszak, and this is my 10th year teaching at St. Joseph School.  Over the past decade, I have seen first-hand the positive effect education rooted in the Catholic faith has on a young mind.  
During my time at St. Joseph's, I have taught third and fifth grade.  I have also had the unique pleasure of spending the last two years as the Academic Intervention teacher in both the elementary school and middle school.  This position allowed me to get to know students and the curriculum across the grade levels.  I am thrilled to be back in the classroom as the fourth grade teacher, and look forward to all of the positive experiences this year will bring.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Geneseo in Childhood and Special Education.  I also have a Master's degree in Literacy Education from Dowling College.  I am a dedicated teacher who prides myself on my ability to build relationships with my students and their parents, and provide a supportive environment where students can reach their full God-given potential.  I have a tremendous love for children and emphasize a high standard of learning.  I consider myself blessed because, through teaching, I am able to live my passion.
When I am not at St. Joseph School, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Rob, and our girls, Leah and Lily, who are the light of my life.