About Me...

I am the product of sixteen years of Catholic education...from Stella Maris School with the Sisters of St. Joseph in South Philadelphia, to Archbishop Prendergast High School for girls in Drexel Hill, to Villanova University where I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics in 1989. Two years later, after many education courses and a semester of student-teaching at Manheim Township Middle School, I received my teaching certificate in Secondary Ed - Math from Millersville University. I began teaching Algebra at St. Anne School in the Fall of 1992, and have been here ever since...24 years and counting!

My seven children attended St. Anne School from 1978 to 1998. (FYI, some of the teachers who taught them are still here today!) Since that time, several of my grandchildren have come here as well. Through all of these years, St. Anne School has definitely captured a very special place in my heart.

Things I Love The Most (besides math, of course!)...

God and country, my family and friends, the seashore and Prince Edward Island, the Phillies and Villanova basketball, babies and teddy bears, puppies and kittens, cheese and chocolate, coffee and tea. I also enjoy driving my Jeep, reading, singing, discussing politics, and keeping up with the news. That's me in a nutshell!