Welcome to Sixth Grade Math
Wilson Middle School, 2017 to 2018
Team Romans, Room 119
Team Leader

Please contact me by email anytime, or by phone after 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, to schedule a team meeting.
kcasey@natickps.org, 508.647.6670 ext. 1278

Helpful Links

This site can be used for:

Tips and Tricks
Here's some tips for a successful school year in math:

  • Show all work
  • Be neat and organized
  • Ask questions
  • Complete homework assignments on time
  • Memorize multiplication and division facts
  • Review for quizzes and tests

About Me
It has been a pleasure to teach sixth grade math at Wilson Middle School and being a part of the Natick community since 2009. I received a BA in Elementary Education and Middle School Mathematics and a MA in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology from Boston College. Additionally, I recently earned my principal/vice principal license.

I was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, and I enjoy all things Buffalo, including buffalo wings, snow, and its sports teams. I have lived in Boston since attending Boston College, but I spend summers in Buffalo with family and friends. While in Buffalo, I teach math and summer sports at my former high school. I enjoy all sports especially baseball, volleyball, and golf. I have been involved with Natick Baseball as coach of the JV team for a number of years.

I enjoy math for the satisfaction of solving a problem correctly, but I wasn't always good at it. While in elementary school, I struggled to memorize multiplication and division facts, and I became frustrated after solving problems incorrectly. In sixth grade, I started working harder to memorize all my math facts, and soon it began to "click." I enjoy working through problems until they are correct, even if there are mistakes along the way. I believe is why I enjoy math, and why I am driven to teach students to enjoy math too.

The coursework and practicum experience I have had working with administration at Wilson has given me a different perspective into the world of education, and it has helped improve my own teaching. I am constantly seeking to apply the lessons learned from my education leadership classes into my classroom.

It has been a privilege to teach and be a part of Natick, and I have enjoyed meeting many wonderful students and their families along the way. I look forward to working with all of you during the school year.