I am a graduate of William Paterson University, with a BA in Early Childhood Education and certification in Nursery School and Elementary School. I have been teaching more than 25 years at Saint Philip Preparatory School and I have enjoyed every minute of it! I look forward to each new class, every year!
Graduated from Susquehanna University with a BA in Elementary Education. Ms. Pulsinelle previously taught grade 4 in the Ridgefield School District.
I received my B.A. and E. Ed. in Special Education from William Paterson University. I hold a N.J. certification in K-8 (Elementary Education), K-12 (Special Education), Teacher of Nursery School, School Social Worker, and Supervisor. I retired from public education in April, 2016, after 36 years of teaching. My previous teaching assignments ranged from the Pre-K to the 8th grade level in both general ed. and special ed. positions. I have always been a parishioner of St. Philip’s Church as well as a graduate of St. Philip’s School. I am so happy to return here now as a substitute.
I love being a teacher. I went to Mount Saint Mary College and have a B.S. of Education. I am currently earning my Master’s degree in Special Education through Walden University.
I am a 2006 graduate of East Stroudsburg University. I have my bachelor degree in elementary education with a concentration in special education. My philosophy concerning teaching has developed over the years. I am a firm believer that students learn by doing. I also try to teach in a variety of ways; having discussions, engaging the children in activities, writing, and of course, creating new and wonderful experiences! I also think that learning never ends. Students are always discovering innovative and exciting materials, as should teachers.
I am a product of St. Philip Preparatory School, as are my two children, so you can see I believe in a Catholic education. I am a graduate of Montclair State University and I am currently studying for my Master’s Degree in Special Education. My mission for the children is to provide a fun, safe, learning environment for all learners. I will do my best to reach every child at their developmental level and provide meaningful, multisensory activities, through differentiated instruction,and lessons to enrich learning. In 2006, I was given the dubious honor as “Teacher of The Year” by the Knights of Columbus.
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I am a graduate of William Paterson University. I received my bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education P-3 with a teacher of students with disabilities endorsement. I also received a dual bachelors in Psychology. Previously I was the maternity leave teacher for Mrs. Allison Cheddie, a fellow teacher at Saint Philip’s. Prior to that I worked at a Ridgewood Public school as a teachers aide in a first grade classroom. I highly believe in the home to school connection and I love that Saint Philip’s really highlights that relationship. I am glad to be joining the Saint Philip’s family!
I am married with two sons, both successful, graduates of St. Philip Preparatory School. This year I celebrate my 26th year of teaching at Saint Philip Preparatory School. I am a graduate of Jersey City State College with a BA in Elementary Education. One of my ministries is that I serve as Coordinator of Religious Education here at St. Philip the Apostle Parish. I hold a certificate in Religious Education from the College of St. Elizabeth.
Professional Awards that I have received are The Daniel Boyle Outstanding Teacher of the Year (2007) and the Knights of Columbus Teacher of the Year Award in 1999, 2009.
I attended Montclair State University and have a BS in Marketing and Management. I worked for AT&T/Lucent Technologies before attending College of St. Elizabeth for my Teaching Certification in Elementary Education in 2000. I have been teaching for over 14 years in both public and private school settings. I have taught many grade levels and also tutored for the NJ ASK. I look forward to a rewarding year with your children full of new adventures in reading and math.
Personally, I enjoy spending time with my husband and three sons and our dog Molly. I spend a lot of time watching my boys play lacrosse and ice hockey. I am also a CCD Teacher at St. James School of Religion and love spending time at the beach.
B.A. in Early Childhood Education from William Paterson College. My career started in 1980 at St. Mary’s School in Closter, NJ teaching Kindergarten. I remained there for sixteen years teaching first grade. I taught third and fourth grades at St. Vincent DePaul School in Stirling, NJ for seven years. In 2002, I was blessed to become part of the St. Philip Community. I have taught a variety of levels while here including, Kindergarten, First and Second grades.