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1st Grade Special Education Teacher

  • We will be distributing Math and ELA workbooks tomorrow, Thursday, September 17, 2020, from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.

    The First-grade book distribution location is on the Upper-Level parking lot entrance. Staff will at the door to assist you. 

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  • Welcome Back Students and Parents/Guardians!

    Please use the link below to join Class Dojo so we can begin communicating. I look forward to speaking to you about your child. 

    https://www.classdojo.com/invite/?c=C3SZ457

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Ms. Angeline Grady

Phone: 914-376-8450

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Degrees BS- Major in Psychology, Elementary Education, Dual Certification in Special Education M.S.Ed. Childhood Special Education M.S. Ed. Educational Leadership/SBL Certifications NY State Special Education N-12 NY State Elementary Education N-6

Ms. Angeline Grady

 

Please contact me via email-agrady@yonkerspublics.org or through Class Dojo.

 

I am a 1st grade Special Education teacher at Museum School 25.  I have been in this building for about 11 years.

I have been teaching in the Yonkers Public Schools District for 18 years. I have taught grades 1st-8th in this district as a Special Education teacher. 

I worked in the Greenburgh Central 7 School District for 10 years prior to coming to Yonkers as a Teacher Assistant and Teacher. 

I strongly believe that all students can learn regardless of their status or what they have been labeled. I tell all of my students to push themselves to be their best selves. I say to them, "We are S.I.M.S." (Smart, Intelligent, Motivated, Students). If they believe it, they can achieve it. It may take a little longer, but it can be done with the support of their parents, teachers, and the community. Everyone involved in your child's life is considered to be a stakeholder in helping to mold and shape their future.  It is so important for students to learn that they are the authors of their own life story, so make it a great story!