Mrs. Ehrlich graduated from the University of Buffalo with a B.A. in Elementary Education & Health and Human Services. She received her masters in Elementary Education at Bank Street College. She began her teaching career in the New York City public school system. While there, she taught third grade for four years. She continued her professional education at the Teacher's College.
She has been teaching in the Franklin Lakes school district since 2005, and she is very excited to be teaching 5th grade at Woodside Avenue School. Formally the Literacy Coach in the district for 2 years and 4th grade teacher she has a wealth of knowledge to bring into the classroom.
Mrs. Ehrlich grew up on Long Island and currently lives in Woodcliff Lake, NJ with her husband and 2 children. She enjoys traveling, going to the beach, and spending time with her family and friends. Her training and passion for teaching reading will enable her to help advance her students' reading skills while fostering a love for reading.
5th Grade Philosophy of Education:
As Fifth Grade Teachers, we believe that every child can succeed when provided a safe and positive learning environment. We recognize that each child learns differently and we strive to reach each learner in an effective and efficient manner. Our mission is to prepare students to be lifelong learners and foster the ability to become responsible citizens. Through active learning and a variety of cooperative learning experiences, students will be able to further develop their skills in preparation for middle school and beyond.