Our Pre-School Staff
Mrs. Deborah Goduto, Kindergarten
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My name is Deborah Goduto. I am the Kindergarten teacher at St. Francis Borgia School. I am a graduate from National Louis University with a Bachelor Degree in Education. Major content areas were Early Childhood and Primary grades. I yearly update and continue my personal and academic skills by attending numerous conferences and workshops. In the school year of 1989-1990 I had the honor starting the first Kindergarten. I continually seek new and inventive ways to engage and encourage the 21st. century child. My passion is Teaching. I always remember the look in their eyes when they are finally able to read. It is AMAZING !
Mrs. Nancy Marek, Pre-K4
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My name is Nancy Marek and I am new to St. Francis Borgia School. I am very excited to be back teaching preschool. I graduated from Northeastern University with a major in Elementary Education in 2004. I have more than twenty years of preschool experience where I was a teacher at KinderCare Learning Centers, Divine Savior in Norridge, St. Josaphat and recently taught preschool for three years and kindergarten for two at Our Lady of Victory School.
When I am not in school, I love spending time with my daughter, family and friends. I also enjoy football, singing, and going to the movies.
Mrs. Michelle Grzeda, Pre-K3
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Hello, my name is Michelle Grzeda and I am the three-year-old preschool teacher. This is my second year at Saint Francis Borgia, and there is nowhere else I would rather be! Teaching preschool is my dream job. I love children, and I love preschool. I am a graduate of Northeastern Illinois University, where I earned my Bachelor of Arts. I have a Type 04 certification (Early Childhood Education). Currently I am taking classes at National-Louis to complete my Masters in ESL/Polish Bilingual Education. Outside of the classroom I love spending time with my husband, friends, and family. I have a passion for reading, traveling, and attempting to recreate crafts and recipes from Pinterest.