We asked Mrs. Kohler about herself and she told us ten things:
I am very blessed to be with my 24rd OLPH Kindergarten class and the 10th full day Kindergarten class!
I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Early Childhood in 1983 from Bloomsburg University. I continue to take classes and attend workshops to keep me up to date with all that is new in education, technology and Kindergarten! I am a Master Catechist for the Allentown Diocese.
I have been teaching in the Diocese of Allentown for over 30 years. I spent my first 8 years teaching first grade at St. Elizabeth Regional School in Whitehall.
I am a member of the Early Childhood Council for the Allentown Diocese.
I have been a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish since 1988.
My husband, Bud is a high school special education teacher at Phillipsburg High School. We will be celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary in June of 2020.
I am also a Mom with 2 grown children who graduated from OLPH and NDHS.
Things I love: spending time with family and friends, traveling, going to the theater, watching basketball games, sitting on the beach, cooking, and reading.
I work hard to stay healthy for my family and my students by exercising and eating well. (Kinders require lots of energy all day long so I need to be my best self!)
I have the best job in the world because I can view God’s world through the eyes of a five year old! It is with great joy that I can help them explore, grow and develop new skills during our year together in Kindergarten!