Hi! My name is Sabrina Clary and I am the 3rd grade homeroom teacher. I am so excited! I love math.
I graduated from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor in Education. I also have a master’s degree from Concordia University.
I have been a parishioner of St. John’s for many years.
I grew up in a northern suburb all my life before getting married and moving to the Bartlett/Streamwood area. I attend Catholic school from K-8. I felt it was a wonderful way to start to my education and couldn’t wait for my children to attend catholic school like I did. I have a strong math background which allowed me to graduate high school in Calculus and receive credit toward college. I even tutored friends in college in their math classes.
My husband Brian and I were married in 2002. I have 3 wonderful
and active children here at St. John’s. They have started their education from kindergarten thru present here and we couldn’t be happier. During my free time I am usually spending it at one of the many sports my children participate in from football to basketball to baseball to gymnastics. I also spend much time rooting on our local sports teams: Cubs, Bears, Bulls, and Blackhawks.
I taught in the public education setting for 11 years before taking a leave to stay at home with my children, but couldn’t wait to come back.
I have spent the past few school years as a permanent sub here at St. John’s. I have subbed from pre-K to 8th grade in all subject areas. It has been a wonderful experience getting to know all the students throughout the school.
I am happy to have a class to call my own…actually 3 classes.