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The tabs in the upper-right indicate a variety of links and pages for you to visit relating to our classroom activity. Should you have any questions or concerns about any of the content offered on our website, do not hesitate to e-mail me or see me after class.

Contact:

  • E-mail: behringerm@krsd.org
  • Phone: (856) 467-3300 x 1524
  • SMART Hours: B days, L2 (other days by appointment).

Profile:

The 2019-2020 school year will be my eighth year of teaching English here at Kingsway Regional High School. From 2012-2019, I have taught various levels of high-school seniors, and the 2019-2020 school year will be my first long-term foray into English I and lab classes. I am excited for the change!

I am a 2007 graduate of Kingsway (Yes, I too sat in the seats my students now occupy!). Afterwards, I attended the University of Scranton, where I received Bachelor's Degrees in both English and Secondary Education. My fondest memory there was being the recipient of the 2011 Excellence in Secondary Education award!

After graduating from the University of Scranton in May of 2011, I continued onward towards my Master's Degree, but paused when given the opportunity to substitute long-term in the Spring of 2012. That June, I was hired for the upcoming fall as a full-time English teacher.

Shortly after beginning the position, I met Mr. Behringer (high school history teacher at Kingsway since September 2012). We were married in July of 2017 and have been writing our own storybook love ever since!

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One of my favorite things about being a teacher is watching children find their voice and discover their passions and beliefs.

As for my beliefs? I believe in caring about students. I believe in making time for a student when requested. I believe in preparing students for a technologically-driven, 21st century world. I believe that all students can and should succeed. I believe that a child’s voice is powerful. I believe their words mean something and that they should use those words, use them well—and use them often.

My class will endeavor to show students how powerful their words can be, and how we can learn from the stories of those who have come before us. Cheers to a wonderful school year!