There will not be an MSL Summer Session at STMPS this August. Spend time outdoors and in a good book. Enjoy your family and God’s amazing creation. I can’t wait to hear about your awesome adventures when we return to school in the Fall. Blessings to you all!
See you on September 6, 2022!
Multisensory Monday Mini-lessons on Zoom!
August 2nd, 9th, 16th, & 23rd @ 4pm
STMS MSL Summer Session on campus!
August 16th-20th from 9:00 – 10:30am
Be a Hybrid-Learning Super Hero!
H: Here on campus OR on Zoom
E: Every day; attendance matters
R: Ready with the materials needed [and the camera ON]
O: On-time for school and online lessons
Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!
We are all going to become remote- learning warriors. I am looking forward to being your MSL teacher and working with you to help you become the best Communicator you can be! That is one of our School-wide Learning Expectations. (Do you know the other SLE’s?) See you on the next Zoom!
Unfortunately, we will be unable to gather for the annual MSL Summer Session at STMS this August. Keep reading; keep playing; keep smiling!
Yours in Christ,
I bless you my friends
And pray for you here
That God will guide you
And hold you near
As you work and you play
With your sisters and brothers
As you do and you say
All you can for each other
March 14th is often referred to as “Pi” Day. [3.14]
What is your favorite number? OR
What is your favorite type of dessert?
Joana is the Multisensory Structured Language (MSL) teacher here at STMPS. She graduated from Gonzaga University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and her Initial Teaching Certificate for Elementary Education with an endorsement in German. She also earned her masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Lesley University.
After 15 years of teaching our Fourth and Fifth Grade classes, Joana became our MSL Specialist. In 2016, she completed the Slingerland Institute for Literacy’s Comprehensive Training (Yr.1). Joana and her husband Aaron have four children: Jarron, Ariana, Ryland, and Titus. She feels truly blessed to have been working with students and families at STMPS since 2000.