Ms. Romero

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B.A. Psychology M.A. Curriculum and Instruction

Ms. Romero

I began my teaching career in Cary, NC in 2009. There I taught at Highcroft Elementary. I began teaching in a self contained classroom and went on to work in a cross-categorical setting. It is there that I served students of all abilities in Kindergarten through fifth grade.  

 

This is my second year at Carolina Forest. I live in Jacksonville with my two sweet daughters. My passion is creating solutions for students who learn differently. Collaborating with families and teachers is my favorite way to make sure students are getting the most out of my class.  When I'm not teaching I enjoy cooking, exploring new towns, and spending time outside with my two girls. I grew up a military brat as my dad is retired USMC. I was fortunate enough to grow up travelling the world and I continue to enjoy it very much. I have been all around the USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, Cuba, England, Ireland and Japan. I am bilingual and speak Spanish. Carolina Forest's global theme really speaks to me. I feel very lucky to be a part of this very accomplished team of teachers and vibrant community. I look forward to sharing the upcoming school year with you!

 

I attended East Carolina University for my undergraduate education from 2003-2007. I majored in Psychology with a minor in Child Development and Family Relations.  I earned my Master's degree at North Carolina State from 2007-2009. I majored in Special Education. I am very proud of both my alma maters!

 

  •  I began my teaching career in Cary, NC in 2009. There I taught at Highcroft Elementary. I began teaching in a self contained classroom and went on to work in a cross-categorical setting. It is there that I served students of all abilities in Kindergarten through fifth grade.  

     

    This is my second year at Carolina Forest. I live in Jacksonville with my two sweet daughters. My passion is creating solutions for students who learn differently. Collaborating with families and teachers is my favorite way to make sure students are getting the most out of my class.  When I'm not teaching I enjoy cooking, exploring new towns, and spending time outside with my two girls. I grew up a military brat as my dad is retired USMC. I was fortunate enough to grow up travelling the world and I continue to enjoy it very much. I have been all around the USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, Cuba, England, Ireland and Japan. I am bilingual and speak Spanish. Carolina Forest's global theme really speaks to me. I feel very lucky to be a part of this very accomplished team of teachers and vibrant community. I look forward to sharing the upcoming school year with you!

     

    I attended East Carolina University for my undergraduate education from 2003-2007. I majored in Psychology with a minor in Child Development and Family Relations.  I earned my Master's degree at North Carolina State from 2007-2009. I majored in Special Education. I am very proud of both my alma maters!