"School is where people go to acquire knowledge, learn skills, and develop values that will make them productive citizens and help them grow to their fullest potential as human beings." Wong, Harry K. (2009) The First Days of School.
MEET MRS. KARASACK
Education: B.S. from The Pennsylvania State University - grades K -8
Middle Level ELA grades 7 - 9
Experience: St. Theresa (Harrisburg Diocese), Seneca Valley School District, and St. Gregory
Personal: My husband, Craig, and I raised our three daughters: Kellie, Melissa, and Brooke (26, 25, and 21) in Cranberry Township. Our family has grown with the addition of our wonderful son-in-law, Adam. Karsyn, our golden retriever helps to make the empty nest a little less empty, and Karsyn loves when Melissa's dog, Susan, comes from Nashville to visit. Craig and I spend a lot of time on the eastern coast of Florida-it's our place of rejuvination. To relax, I enjoy being with my kids and family, cooking, reading, traveling, and cutting the grass!
Why I teach reading: Reading opens the mind to adventure, imagination, intrigue, knowledge, relaxation, and opportunity. Make reading a part of your daily life.
- Each person is created in God’s image and therefore, deserves dignity and respect.
- A Catholic education develops the whole person spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically.
- All children have a right to safety, love, and learning.
- Life-long learning is essential for success in a changing society.
- Education is the shared responsibility of the entire school community.
- Excellence is achievable and always worth the investment.
- Our Catholic environment encourages high moral, ethical, and intellectual standards.