Mr. Blaszko's 6th-grade Room 210
English Language Arts
- And here's the first of the harvest. #d54armstrongpic.twitter.com/TpAn9Gm2L4And here's the first of the harvest. #d54armstrong pic.twitter.com/TpAn9Gm2L4
- These were the plants I brought home in early June.pic.twitter.com/m1lYKyWqs6These were the plants I brought home in early June. pic.twitter.com/m1lYKyWqs6
- Thanks to the Armstrong Kindergarten Garden Club who started these tomato plants from seeds, a little patience, and Mother Earth, I am well on my way to getting some great tomatoes this harvest. #weare54 #d54armstrongpic.twitter.com/5L8CHzD1uSThanks to the Armstrong Kindergarten Garden Club who started these tomato plants from seeds, a little patience, and Mother Earth, I am well on my way to getting some great tomatoes this harvest. #weare54 #d54armstrong pic.twitter.com/5L8CHzD1uS
- Team communication and working together strengthens when Room 210 saves Wendell the worm from "drowning." #WeAre54 #d54armstrongpic.twitter.com/AOLtZCCURBTeam communication and working together strengthens when Room 210 saves Wendell the worm from "drowning." #WeAre54 #d54armstrong pic.twitter.com/AOLtZCCURB
- It's all in the moments!pic.twitter.com/SxlPhAgHMMIt's all in the moments! pic.twitter.com/SxlPhAgHMM
Hello! I have been at Armstrong School for several years. I wasn’t originally a teacher and after working 20 years in the corporate world, I decided to change my career. My original degree from Western Illinois University was a Bachelor of Business. So, in 2002, I went back to school and graduated with a Masters in Education from Roosevelt University in 2004. I began my teaching career at Armstrong and decided to obtain another masters degree. In 2009, I graduated from NIU with a Masters in Literacy Education with an emphasis in English Language Learning. I enjoy teaching and always continue to educate myself by reading and attending staff development and workshops. In fact, I completed my third Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education. Education is important and it’s one thing that people cannot take away from you.
I am happily married to my wife, Marilou, and we have three children. I also have four grandchildren. I live in Schaumburg so you just might see me at your favorite store or restaurant. I like to collect lighthouses especially for the lighthouses that I have visited. I like to garden, travel and relax on vacations too.