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Middle School Teachers Bios

Grade 6

Education: Bowling Green State University

Continuing Education Experience:
Completion of several enrichment classes in math, English, writing, and technology. 

Volunteer Work:
St. Joseph Parish (Fish Fry)
St. Joseph School (Former Elementary Teacher Assistant, Extended Day and Cafeteria Supervisor)

Interesting Fact About Mrs. Kulka: “I am a Michigan fan no matter how much Msgr. Metzger razzes me!”

Education: The University of Toledo (Bachelor’s degree in early childhood with a concentration in language arts)

Background: 6th Grade Teacher at St. Joseph School since 1990.  “I have always taught 6th grade at St. Joe’s.  I chose to teach at a Catholic school after being a substitute teacher in other school districts and realizing that sharing my faith with others was an important choice in my life.  I became a teacher because I was inspired by a few special elementary teachers from my own career.”

Interesting Fact: High School students involved with the Sylvania Northview High School football program were recently asked to nominate a teacher who has made a difference in their life.  Mrs. Steirer was nominated by SJS grad Danny Schweickert and honored at a Northview football game.  Congratulations Mrs. Steirer!

Grade 7

Education/Degree: Bowling Green State University (B.S., Middle Childhood Education with a concentration in Math and Science) 

Certifications:              
Master Teacher Certification for State of Ohio
Completed all of the courses online for Certification in Religion

Volunteer Work:           
St. Joseph School (Power of the Pen Coach)
St. Joseph Parish

Interesting Fact About Mrs. Jones:
“I was hired in 2002 and cannot imagine teaching anywhere else.   I am thrilled to have my daughter and son be part of this amazing community.”

Mrs. Jones is a 2017 Golden Apple Award Recipient!

Education:  University of Toledo (Bachelor's of Arts, Middle Childhood Education)

Former Experience:  Middle School Teacher, Regina Coeli

Personal:  I choose to teach at a Catholic School because a Catholic Education offers a variety of opportunities for students to grow, intellectually and spiritually.  

An Interesting Fact About Mrs. Urbanski:  I was a Varsity Cheerleader at the University of Toledo.

 

Grade 8

Education: The University of Toledo

Additional Certifications:              
Master Teacher Certification for State of Ohio

Continuing Education Experience:
Continuing education in science instruction and mentor teaching at the University of Toledo.  Part of the LEADERS program guided by the University of Toledo. 

Volunteer Work:
National Science Teachers Association/NSTA (Member since 2005)
St. Joseph School (Director, Closed Circuit Broadcasts, Mission Moderator)

Interesting Fact About Mrs. Lindsley: 
“I originally planned to be a math teacher, but I was hired for a science position and fell in love with the job!”