Welcome School 5 Students & Families!
I strongly believe that students' success happens at school and at home, therefore parent collaboration is extremely important to me. You may contact me through email, calling School 5, or through ClassDojo.
School 5: (914) 376 - 8320
ClassDojo allows me to communicate with you instantly and provides translations as necessary. To connect with me on ClassDojo visit the link below:
Phone: (914) 376 - 8320
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors Degree: Childhood Education and Special Education, Providence College '14 Masters Degree: Early Childhood Education and Teaching Students with Disabilities, St. John's University '17 Early Childhood Education (Birth - 2nd) NYS Certified Early Childhood Education & Teaching Students with Disabilities (Birth - 2nd) NYS Certified Childhood Education (1st - 6th) NYS Certified Special Education (1st - 6th) NYS Certified
Hi! I am Mrs. Driscoll (formerly Kilduff). Welcome to my Teacher Home Page! I am so excited for this school year! Here you can learn a little bit more about me:
Learning in Room 18
This year we will use Benchmark Steps to Advance ELA curriculum, iReady Math curriculum, MysteryScience, and PNW BOCES Social Studies Curriculum.
In this classroom, we establish a safe, comfortable, and encouraging learning environment that allows students to academically succeed while supporting them through challenges. We focus on Social Emotional Learning (SEL) using resources from Yale's Center for Emotional Intelligence RULER program and Christine Hertz and Kristina Mraz' text Mindset for Learning.
To develop SEL, students learn..
- about and how to use the 5 Growth Mindset stances: empathy, optimism, perserverance, flexbility, and resilience.
- to identify emotions and self-regulation strategies using a Mood Meter.
To find out more information about how we will be intergrating SEL into everyday learning, please click below: