Joining us as a lower school teacher in Room 2 for the 2020-2021 school year, Jody Sitver might be recently new to The Wolf School but she’s not new to teaching Complex Learners! This year, Jody has taken on the role of Room 6 teacher. Learn more about Jody and what brought her to Wolf in today’s We Are Wolf interview featured below!
1. Can you briefly tell us about your background?
I lived over half of my life in New York where I raised my children; Philip (26), Ruthie (24), and Max (22). I taught at various schools for Complex Learners. They were located in both New York and Connecticut. I miss New York bagels, whitefish salad, lox and pastrami.
2. What has inspired you to continue teaching for so many years?
I continue to teach because I want to help each child feel stronger about who they are and what they can achieve.
3. What is your favorite thing about working with Complex Learners?
Working with Complex Learners is wonderful because I am able to share my love and support while at the same time, inspiring them.
4. What makes working at Wolf different than other schools?
Working at Wolf is a TEAM EFFORT. It is a place where everyone is learning, not just the students.
5. Can you share a favorite quote with us?
In Room Six, the students hear and state this every day:”Do not let what you CANNOT DO interfere with what you CAN DO”
We’re so thankful you’re a part of the Wolf School community, Jody! Your dedication, talent, and passion help to make Wolf the welcoming place it is for Complex Learners and their families! Want to read more? Check out past We Are Wolf interviews!