Jessica joined the Library Learning Center team in August 2011. She attended the State University of New York at Oswego where she first earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and then her Master of Arts degree in English Literature. She is a visual artist and her medium includes acrylic, oils and charcoal. She loves art, classic films and classic literature, particularly early to mid-twentieth century British and American novels. Jessica also enjoys assisting students as they learn new technology and making digital tools and software simpler and more accessible to the community.
315.341.5867 x214Bachelor Degree in Secondary Education (Grades 7-12) and History. Crystal is a Home Tutor for the Oswego City School district and goes to student’s homes and instructs them while they are unable to attend school due to illness or other factors. During the summer she works part time at the Oswego Speedway where she sells souvenirs, she has done this for the past nine years. In her spare time, Crystal enjoys reading books in almost any subject (but she prefers fiction and historical books), writing, learning new ways to utilize technology in the classroom, and most of all teaching students how to use technology.
Theresa received her M.L.S. in Library and Information Science from State University of New York At Geneseo and a B.A. in English Literature from Le Moyne College. Before joining the PCC team in April 2011, she spent many years as a School Librariy Media Specialist and School Administraor. Theresa enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her husband and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel at their home on Lake Ontario. Theresa is a native Oswegonian and is the daughter of Anthony Slosek, former Oswego County Historian and author of several books on the history of Oswego. She serves on the "Friends of the City Historian" committee. Some books Theresa has recently enjoyed are Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen, and Room by Emma Donaghue. Theresa's favorite genre is historical fiction. Theresa really enjoys helping people learn new things and is very enthusiastic about teaching computer skills in the Library Learning Center.