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Mrs. May has taught at Erin School for twenty-nine years. This year is her 30th year as a fifth grade teacher at Erin. She Holds a license to teach grades one through eight multiple subjects. She has an additional license to teach grades seven through nine Language Arts and a certificate in math intervention. Mrs. May began her college years at U.W.W.C. After receiving her Associate Arts degree, she transferred to San Diego State University. She then earned her BA. After successfully completing the CBEST test required by the state of California and obtaining her BA, she was admitted into the teaching program. This was an extensive program that combined teaching methods with student teaching. Mrs. May had three student teaching positions. Her first position was at Conway Elementary in Escondido, California. There she studied and practiced teaching Second grade. Her Second and third positions were at Del Mar Heights Elementary where she studied and student taught both Kindergartners and Sixth Graders. Mrs. May spent part of a year substitute teaching in southern California before she returned to Wisconsin. Her experiences were enhanced as she took a long term position at Silverbrook Middle School teaching Seventh grade Language Arts. Since obtaining her job at Erin School she has taught Fifth graders for twenty-nine years. Recently she is in her third year of a master’s degree program where she has earned her certificate in math intervention through U.W. Oshkosh. Mrs. May teaches multiple subjects with an emphasis on Science. During her years at Erin School she has coached volleyball, judged forensics, and served on many committees.
Mrs. May is always looking to learn the newest and most exciting techniques to enhance her skills. She is currently working on her Master’s Degree in the area of Math Intervention. The committee work has helped her do this. She believes all children should be given opportunities to learn in a rich environment while taking into consideration individual personalities and needs. She has served on the Hartford Area Professional Improvement Committee for over fifteen years. The Writing Council is another committee that has been Mrs. May’s passion. In addition, Mrs. May is active in the curriculum writing in the Hartford area in both Science and Language Arts. This is Mrs. May’s tenth year as a member of the leadership team at Erin School.
On a more personal note, Mrs. May is an avid reader. Her favorite genre is historical fiction. Mrs. May resides in West Bend with her husband Mark, one of her twin daughters and her son. The Eisen-May family enjoys: camping, crafts/projects and eating Mark’s wonderful creations.
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