About Mrs. Wojnar
Both my aunt and godmother were teachers in Naugatuck so I grew up volunteering in their classrooms, helping them set up their classrooms in August and cleaning in June. I would play teacher with my neighborhood friends (my favorite Christmas gift was a chalkboard!). I always knew I wanted to work with kids and it was a natural fit. I love the small, community feeling you get when at Andrew Avenue! Students are excited about learning and teachers care about all their students. The teachers support each other and all students; it is a big family!
Education: B.A. in Psychology and Elementary Education from Wilkes University in PA.
- Master’s Degree in Elementary Education with a Focus in Reading Education from Western CT State University.
- Currently working towards Sixth Year Degree in Remedial Reading and Remedial Language Arts from Fairfield University.
Years of Experience: This is my twelfth year teaching kindergarten at AAES. Prior to that I was the library/media teacher for two years.
A few of my favorite things: I love coffee and tea, all kinds of music, NY Rangers Hockey, and spending time outside (especially hiking and at the beach).
A fun fact about me: I am very musical! I can sing, play the violin, and the piano.
Class I teach: Everything kindergarten! (math, language arts, science, social studies)
Class Wish List: Napkins, small cups for water breaks, glue sticks, pencils, tissues