Wish list for all teachers – Reams of colored copy paper. Bright happy colors or pastels would be very much appreciated.
Our 4th/5th Grade Teacher – Mrs. Sandy Sciales
Mrs. Sandy Sciales (pronounced Ski Alice) was born in Manhattan, NY. Her parents are from Colombia, South America, and she speaks Spanish fluently. Mrs. Sciales has been married to James since 1990, and they have lived in Wilmington for 7 years. They have four children: Nicholas 23, James 21, Kristian 19 and Gianna 12.
Mrs. Sciales attended Hofstra University on Long Island, NY where she grew up. There, she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Accounting. She worked for a CPA firm until their first child was born. For the following 15 years, she ran a successful real estate business from home.
While volunteering at a local school, her love of teaching unfolded. In 2010, she earned a Masters Degree in Elementary Education with Honors from Grand Canyon University. She has 9 years of teaching experience in both public and private schools.
Mrs. Sciales loves to swim at sunset, tend to her flowers, visit the seaside and paint furniture. She is devoted to creating an engaging and safe classroom environment where learning is both challenging and fun. She is excited to begin the new school year at WAAS!
- BS in Business Administration
- Masters Degree of Elementary Education
Licenses and Certifications:
- NC Licensure in Elementary Grades
- ACSI Certification
- Myrtle Grove Christian School 2012-2016
Lead Teacher Grade 4, Math Teacher 6th grade and Spanish Teacher Grades 6-8
- Castle Hayne Elementary School 2011-2012
Remediation Instructor Grades 4 and 5
- Wilmington Preparatory Public Charter School
Lead Teacher 5th/6th Grade Combination
- Mountain Area Christian School 2008-2010
Lead Teacher Grade 6; Spanish Grades 6-12
- Founder and Coach Science Olympiad Team Division A 2014-2016
- Coached Science Olympiad Team Division B 2016-2017
Hello WAAS Parents and Students! October 23rd is that special day of the year when all good chemists gather together to celebrate the most “elemental” day of the year – MOLE DAY! Celebrated annually on October 23 from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m., Mole Day commemorates...