As a 2008 graduate of Molloy College, I have just completed teaching my sixth year at St. Christopher School in Baldwin, New York. I have four years of fourth grade experience as well as two full years of experience at my current position, fifth grade. Additionally, I have been the head softball and basketball coach for the school’s 7th and 8th grade girl’s teams.

My experience as a teacher at St. Christopher’s has had a great impact on me personally and professionally. This position enabled me to learn how to differentiate my instruction for a diverse group of learners. It is a continuous challenge as an educator to be innovative, supportive and most of all, patient. I have done my best to practice all of the educational techniques provided to me to bring the best out of the students at St. Christopher. However, in doing so the students have undoubtedly brought the best out of me. 

I am interested in expanding my career and diversifying my experience by taking on the challenge of applying for a new position. As an extremely motivated educator I can bring a new level of excitement and energy to a classroom. 

Thank you for taking the time to learn a little bit more about me. I can be reached at 516-742-7578 or Nappi28@gmail.com. Please feel free to view my attached resume.

Sincerely,

Christopher Nappi

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