Mary, Seat of Wisdom

Ms. Lola Milito

Room 212

I believe that the elementary school years are the most formative and changing years for a young Catholic adult.  I hope I bring good moral decision-making skills to my students. I truly believe in no child left behind.

I was raised in Elmwood Park IL and attended St. William’s Catholic School in Chicago for eight years and was a parishioner there for twenty-four years.  I have been a parishioner at Mary, Seat of Wisdom since 1989.  I love our parish and I am a Lector and a Eucharistic Minister for Sunday Masses.

I have an Elementary Education teaching degree from Northeastern Illinois University.  My minor is in Language Arts. As I have taken additional courses, I also have endorsements in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Middle School management. I have taken additional courses in Special Education at North Park University to receive another endorsement.   Going back to school has been an exceptional learning experience and a very exciting time for me!

I have been teaching at MSW since the spring of 2006.  I have taught Language Arts, Composition, Math, and Religion in the Junior High.  I have also taught 4th and 5th grade Math.  New this year is being a homeroom teacher for 6th grade.  It is wonderful to have a homeroom and interact with students in this way.  I am teaching all of 6th grade Religion and one section of Science.  A truly exciting aspect of my teaching career is my role as Resource Teacher for grades four through eight.  Being a Resource Teacher for these grades allows me to spend time with all of our students who may require assistance.  This is an extremely rewarding part of my day!

At MSW, I have been involved in the Language Arts Curriculum Committee, a 7th and 8th Grade Level Leader, Study Island Summer Program Coordinator, Resource Meeting Coordinator, After-School Tutoring Program and I'm a Promethean Board Geek!

My interests include live theater, live music, dancing, singing, reading and cake decorating.  I am also involved in fund-raising for my alma mater, St. William’s School.

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