Room 121: Mrs. Judie Zoromski
I feel very fortunate to teach at a school where I have a life-long connection. I am an MSW alumni and my daughter is also an MSW graduate. As I was growing up my parents, and 16 years of Catholic education, instilled a strong faith and belief in the Catholic Church. I have learned there is no greater gift in my life than my Catholic Faith. Teaching at MSW allows God and our Faith to be at the core of everything that goes on during the day. I also am very grateful that I am able to pass the gift of Faith on to the 8th graders as I help prepare them for the sacrament of Confirmation, deepening their Faith in the Catholic Church and strengthening their relationship with God. While influencing and motivating Junior High students to stay connected to God, I also work hard to prepare them for High School Science. I am passionate about Science and expose every student to a strong Science foudation while preparing them to meet the requirements of the high school curriculum most successfully.
Background and Education
I graduated from Saint Mary’s College in South Bend, Indiana. Presently, I am working on my Masters Degree in Education.
Years of Teaching Experience
1979-1982 2nd grade I.C.
1982-1985 5th grade I.C.
2001-2002 5th-8th St. Ferdinand’s
2002-2003 MSW 8th Grade Language Arts Permanent Substitute
2003-2005 2nd grade MSW
2005-2006 Substitute in 5th grade and Preschool M.S.W.
2006-2008 5th grade Science, Social Studies, and Religion
2008 - Present Junior High Science and 8th grade Religion
Additional Activities at MSW
Kids Who Care
Students in fourth through eighth grades are invited to work on coordinating service projects with our twinning school. Meetings are held after school and during lunch. Kids Who Care meetings do not begin until October 1.
Students in 8th grade are invited to explore the world of robotics through hands on experiences with the students of St. Patrick’s High School. The club meets in the fall for seven Thursdays from 2:30-5:30. The MSW students pair up with high school students to create teams. Each team builds a robot, learns programming skills, and then competes in a Robotics Olympiad as their final project.
Hobbies and Interests
I enjoy spending time with family, friends and traveling.