Mrs. Charlesworth

  • Mrs. Charlesworth is originally from Long Island New York. She was raised in a bilingual home and spent her summers traveling abroad to Spain where she visited family and friends. She received her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Molloy College in Rockville Centre, New York. Mrs. Charlesworth is certified in TESOL (Teaching English to Students of Other Languages) and Spanish grades 7-12. She began her teaching career working on Long island as a High School Spanish and ENL teacher before making a move to the New York City Department of Education where she worked for 5 years as an elementary ENL teacher giving her further experience teaching at different grade levels. Mrs. Charlesworth continues to enjoy frequent trips abroad and spending time with her family.

Mrs. Lobato

  • Originally from Western New York, Mrs. Lobato is a Niagara University alumna. After moving to the Hudson Valley in 2001, she went on to receive her Masters Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from SUNY New Paltz. Mrs. Lobato is certified in the areas of TESOL as well as Spanish 7-12 and teaches ENL in Ostrander Elementary School and in John G. Borden Middle School. She enjoys traveling and learning about other cultures. Her experiences abroad have taught her to value the cultural and linguistic diversity of all students.

Ms. Rivera

  • Ms. Rivera has been teaching ENL since graduating from SUNY New Paltz in 2012. She began her ENL career in East Ramapo where she taught over 115 students each year, speaking over 6 different languages. She began working for the Wallkill CSD in 2015 where she teaches at Wallkill Senior High School. She graduated with a Masters in Second Language Education with a concentration in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Additionally to her TESOL certification, Ms. Rivera also has certification in Birth- Kindergarten, Childhood Education 1-6, Spanish 5-9 and Spanish 7-12. Ms. Rivera's passions include traveling, culture, language, spending time with her family, reading, playing and coaching soccer. Her goals as an ENL teacher at the High School are to provide an equal opportunity for her students to find success in their future through acquiring the English language while embracing their diversity and individualism.

Mrs. Estrada

  • Mrs. Estrada graduated from Wallkill High School in 2009. After high school she went to SUNY New Paltz for undergraduate and graduate school. During her studies, she had opportunities to study and work abroad. Her experiences abroad sparked her interest in working with international students. She started her ESL career as an English teacher for international summer programs. In her free time she enjoys traveling, hiking, soccer and learning about new cultures.