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Our ELL teachers are:
Shannon  Cornell
Sujen Nawrot 
Katy Curling
 Jeanne Hamilton

Shannon Cornell - Teacher
Hello and welcome to another great year at Steuart W. Weller Elementary School.  My name is Shannon Cornell and I was the Kindergarten ELL teacher since the school opened in 2008.  I am very excited to be teaching new grade levels during the 2015-2016 school year.  
A little about me:  I grew up in a rural town outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Because of my childhood, I have a passion for the outdoors.  I love to bike, hike, camp, and be relax by a lake.  I also love to take photos.  I can't leave home without my camera.  I am married and have 2 sons (one in high school and one in 7th grade).  They both attended Steuart Weller which has made this school like a home for me.
After graduating high school, I attended Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and received my Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary/Early Childhood Education with a specialization in mathematics. In addition, I earned my endorsement in English as a Second Language through George Mason University.  Recently, I enrolled in American College of Education and attained a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  
Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year.  I am sure it will be a great one!
Sujen Nawrot-Teacher 
I am very excited to be a member of Steuart Weller Elementary School. I graduated from Taipei Teacher’s College with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.  This will be my second year at Steuart Weller and 8th year working as an ELL teacher. At my leisure time, I like to cook and spend time with my family.
Katy Curling- Teacher
Mrs. Curling is excited to be back at Steuart Weller in the ELL Department for the 2015-2016 school year! Mrs. Curling earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish and her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.   Mrs. Curling began her teaching career back in 2000 but took a few years off to be at home with her young children.  Now that they are school age, Mrs. Curling is thrilled to be back in the classroom as a resource to students who are learning English as a foreign language.   Mrs. Curling will work with her students to do their very best.  She is looking forward to a wonderful and successful school year!

Last Modified on September 16, 2015