Kim Hengen, 6th Grade

Ms. Hengen grew up in the suburbs of central New Jersey.  She attended William Smith College in upstate New York where she studied political theory.  She then moved to New York City and spent time working in a couple of different entry level office positions.  However, she found that she despised working passively in an office.   That is when she pursued her teaching career and returned to school, earning her Masters in the Science of Teaching at The New School for Social Research.  She's been teaching now for 15 years but this will be only her second year teaching middle school as her previous experiences were in high schools.  She loves middle school and will never go back to teaching high school!  In her free time Ms. Hengen enjoys traveling, doing home renovations, playing the piano, hosting barbeques, reading, and spending time with her 7 year old son, Jack.
 
     

        Danielle Cardarelli, 9th Grade

Danielle Cardarelli is from Ilion, NY. She is a graduate of SUNY Cortland with a dual major in History and Secondary Education and has earned her M.A in Literacy as well. She has been teaching in the NYC public school system since September 2005. While she has had experience teaching social studies at all high school grade levels, she prefers to teach 9th and 10th grade World History as she finds the curriculum fascinating! Aside from enjoying the time she spends with her students, she also likes to read, travel, cook, and spend time with friends and family.

 

         Sharon Wilcox-Daiello, 10th and 11th Grade

Mrs. Daiello has been teaching high school social studies in the New York City public schools since 2005.  She earned her Masters Degree in Social Studies Education from Hunter College and her Bachelors Degree in Philosophy from SUNY Stony Brook.  Mrs. Daiello is originally from Long Island and currently resides in Brooklyn with her husband and son.

 

 

 

Allyson Satnick, Social Studies & Current Events

Ms. Satnick was born and raised on Long Island, but now resides in Brooklyn, NY. She studied Human Development and History at Binghamton University. Although attending a college without an undergraduate education program, she always knew she was going to become a social studies teacher and immediately went on to get her Masters in Education from Hofstra University. She is thrilled to be a teacher at UASCJ where she develops and teaches the new Current Events curriculum. When Ms. Satnick is not teaching, she enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends.