Stress Management Workshop
Join us on Thursday. March 30th for a Stress Management Workshop. See the flyer here:
Tina Tibball currently teaches 9th grade Algebra 1 Common Core at Rockaway Park High School. She also teaches Financing and Career Management, an elective course. Ms. Tibball has been at Rockaway Park High School for four years and is a member of several committees. She was born and raised in the Queens area of New York and is very familiar with the Rockaways. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics education from Queen College, the City University of New York, and is currently finishing her master’s degree at Queens College for mathematics educations. Outside of her teaching profession, Tina Tibball is a dance teacher at a local dance studio located in Queens, NY. Ms. Tibball enjoys working with young adults and believes an education should empower a child in order for them to make a positive contribution to our society.
With an extensive teaching background in middle and high school English for almost two decades, Dr. Deborah Mayerson has helped her students conquer the most difficult academic challenges. She has attained the highest level degrees in education from NYU, CUNY Queens College, and St. John's University. Her most formal degree is in Administration and Supervision with a focus in Instructional Leadership. Her relationships with top teachers, administrators, and service professionals allow her to build an excellent team for every student to maximize his or her potential.
Mr. DeCelestino received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from New York Institute of Technology and then continued on to earn his Master of Fine Arts from Lehman College. He then taught Studio Art at New York Institute of Technology as an adjunct instructor. Mr. DeCelestino went on to earn the title of Assistant professor before joining the NYC DOE in 2001. While with the DOE he earned his Masters of Science, Supervisor District Level from Touro College. He currently teaches Studio Art and Jewelry Design at Rockaway Park High School under his NYC Fine Arts license. He also works for Kingsborogh Community College as an adjunct Instructor for their College Now Program.