I grew up in St. Cloud, Florida. I graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 2016. This is my first year living in New York City and teaching for the DOE. I am currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Teaching Urban Children with Disabilities with a Bilingual Extension at Long Island University. Teaching allows me to shape future leaders and that is something I am very passionate about. I decided to become an educator so that I can have a positive impact on the lives of children while helping them succeed academically.
I am currently attending The City College of New York. The reason I am in PS 330Q is because I enjoy working with today’s youth and I love the ability of being able to guide them on to the right path. Elementary school had a great impact on the person that I am today. The one memory that I remember is learning calligraphy from my 3rd grade teacher who till this day I am still in contact with.
I was born and raised most of my life in Corona Queens. I went to Medgar Evers College where I majored in Psychology. I continued my studies in St. John's University where I graduated with a Masters in Education/ TESOL. This is my fourth year teaching for the DOE. I love to teach and watch how children learn and grow academically. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends- watching movies, shows, concerts,dining and traveling. I also enjoy exercising and spending time with my two dogs.
I grew up in Whitestone, NY. I graduated from St. John's University with a BS in Elementary Ed. and an MS in Literacy. This is my second year working for the NYCDOE. I love interacting with my students and making learning fun and exciting for them. I love helping them succeed by building their confidence. I enjoy getting to know all of my students and their families. My family is very important to me and I like to spend time with them, especially my 5 month old niece! In my free time, I love to shop, practice yoga (when I get the chance), and cook.
I grew up in Bellerose Terrace, Long Island. I went to Queen's College for my undergraduate degrees in elementary education and history. I got my Master's degree in Special Education from C.W. Post, L.I.U. I have been teaching in the NYCDOE for 13 years. I love learning! I love being a part of my students' daily discoveries about themselves, each other, our community and the world. I spend my free time with family and friends, traveling around the world, reading and exercising.
I grew up in Astoria, Queens. Currently I am attending Touro College where I am pursuing a degree in Psychology/ Education. I am currently working for the DOE and have been with them for the past 4 and a half years. I love my job because I provide the extra assistance children need to succeed. In my free time I enjoy shopping as well as traveling.
I grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania. I went to Warren High School and I received my bachelor's degree at St. Francis College, Loretto, PA where I studied marketing and business management. Then, I got my masters from C.W. Post, Long Island University in education. I have worked for the NYCDOE for 12 years. The one thing that I love the most about my job is watching my students grow and progress throughout the year....and of course seeing their smiling faces every morning. I love to play tennis and golf. I also spend a lot of time with my dog, Monk.
I went to Long Island University CW Post. I graduated with my degree in early childhood and childhood education. I decided to come to PS 330 to give the students the tools they need to become whatever they aspire to be in life and to make sure they never give up. Elementary school was a great time for me, and was the reason I wanted to become an elementary school teacher. I specifically remember my first grade teacher. She taught me learning could be fun, and that I was capable of whatever I put my mind to. This is exactly what I want to instill in my students, and hope to bring back the love of learning.
Hello, my name is Jennifer Gielarowski and I am the IEP Teacher at PS 330Q. For my bachelor degree I attended Long Island University, CW Post where I studied Art Therapy. Following my bachelor degree I became a New York City Teaching Fellow and finished my masters in education at Queens College. As a continuing learning, I am currently enrolled in the CITE program with the College of St. Rose in Albany, NY. I started working at PS 330 a couple of years ago where I learned what a wonderful learning environment this was. I wanted to continue to learn different ways to educate students and felt this school would be a good fit. When I was in Elementary school my favorite memory was being able to write in my special writing journal. We decorated it with pictures, and put all of our creative stories in it. I loved to create narratives, and fantasy stories where my imagination could run free. I also love being outdoors with my family. My husband, two daughters, and I love to go camping, enjoy nature, and unplug!
I grew up in Bogota, Colombia. I attended catholic schools in my country. I graduated from Los Libertadores University in Bogota with a major in Hotel and Travel Management. I worked a few years in Colombia for a major chain of hotels. I decided to move to New York and start a new chapter in my life. I attended Adelphi University and graduated with a major in Science and MBA in Childhood Special Education Education 1-6 and Bilingual education. I have been working for the Board of Education for many years..... I love working with kids! Each day I learn something new with them by listening to their own stories, observing their behaviors, ways of learning, and social interaction with teachers and classmates. Teaching a child is to teach a life forever! I spend my free time jogging , reading and talking to my friends and family in Colombia. On Sundays, I love to go to church and enjoy a great lunch with my daughter and husband at any local restaurant. It is a pleasure to work for my community at PS 330Q.
I grew up in Flushing, NY. I attended Adelphi University and received a dual degree in Early Childhood Special Education. This is my third year teaching in the NYCDOE and I'm always growing and learning from my students. I enjoy watching children learn and progress through their experiences with themselves, their peers, and their teachers. I love to sing and dance, read, travel, and spend time with my family.
I grew up in Middle Village, Queens. I went to Mary Louis Academy in Jamaica Estates for High School. As an undergraduate I attended Hofstra University where I majored in Elementary Ed and Psychology. As a graduate student I attended Queens College and studied ESL. I have worked for the DOE for 18 years. What I love most about my job is that everyday is different; different teaching points, different schedule/activities per day, different student personalities. I mostly enjoy working with children who smile, are eager to learn, and grow each and everyday. I spend my free time with my 3 young children and my husband. We all try to keep active.
I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. I attended Brooklyn College where I received a Bachelors of Arts and majored in Early Childhood Education. After a year of teaching,I went back to school where I studied ESL education and received a Masters of Science from LIU. I've worked in NYCDOE for 14 years. What I love most about my job is that I get to work with kids and make their learning experience a memorable one. My goal as an educator is not only teach the skills that will help them succeed in life, but to also make it fun. I spend my free time watching movies with my husband and taking long walks with my dog Pancakes.
Dual Language Kindergarten
I grew up in Brooklyn, NY. I graduated from Franklin K. Lane High School. I graduated from Queens College with an English major then completed my Master's in Early Childhood Special Education and Regular education birth to grade 2 at Touro College. This is my fourth year working for the NYCDOE. I love working with the children they are so energetic and ready to learn. The staff at the school are very supportive as well. I like to read books, watch HGTV and Forensic Science shows. I'm a team player and love to help and be involved.
Hi! I am Mrs. Martinez and I am Public School proud! Throughout my education I have attended Public Schools. I attended The City University of New York at Brooklyn College. Teaching is my passion and I want to give back to the Queens community, because I grew up in Queens, that is how I ended up at PS 330. Everyone here is passionate about education and the betterment of our community. PS 330 is a community of learners! I never stop learning, and I hope to instill that mantra to all I encounter. My favorite Public School memory comes from our school! Every year we celebrate "Friends-giving", where students and their parents share meals and stories from our different cultures. I learn so much about my students, their families and experiences, while they learn about me! It is a wonderful time to celebrate food, family and friends.
I grew up in Dayton, OH. I went to school at Eugene Lang College, where I studied literature, East Asian languages, and liberal arts. I am currently going to Hunter College for the TESOL program. This is my second year in the NYCDOE! What I love about my job is how everyday is an opportunity to make an impact on student learning and achievement. Everyday is a chance to witness and be a part of student growth. I am an avid reader and lover of music. In my free time, my favorite things to do are read a good book or hear some inspiring live music.
Lower Level Coach
I grew up in Corona, Queens and I now reside in College Point. I always wanted to be a teacher and my fondest memories of my childhood were playing"school" with my brother. I earn my Bachelor's degree in Education from Queens College. I completed my Master's in Saint John's University and obtain my degree in Teaching Students with Disabilities. I married my childhood sweet heart and we have a six year old son. I spend my free time drawing and painting with my son. I also enjoy going to comedy clubs and concerts.