Name: Mrs. Monica DeLaurentis, AMSU ’70
Position/Title: Mathematics Teacher, Department Chairperson
Start Date: September 1974
Classes Currently Teaching:
Algebra II, Algebra II Honors, Intermediate Algebra, Applied Mathematics
Extra Curricula: Tutoring
Personal Interests: Family (especially my 4 grandchildren), Travel, Fitness, Gardening, Dining out and Shopping!
Credentials: Bachelor of Science, Fordham University – Education
Master of Science, Iona College – Education with concentration in Mathematics

Bio: The Academy of Mount St. Ursula is a special place where strong bonds between friends and teachers are created. For over 35 years I have tried to empower my students. I am passionate that they find their voice and strive for excellence. I have had the privilege of meeting and teaching some amazing women. They have enriched me beyond words and have kept me young in spirit. It has an experience that will always be remembered and valued.


Name: Ms. Summer Evans
Position/Title: Mathematics Teacher
Start Date: January 2013
Classes Currently Teaching: Algebra I, Algebra I Honors, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus AB
Extra Curricula:Tutoring
Personal Interests: Reading, Traveling, Swing Dancing
Credentials: Bachelor of Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Mathematics and Political Science
Masters of Science, Johns Hopkins University – Secondary Education

Bio: It is my pleasure to be here at AMSU! It is such a unique experience to be able to provide mathematical instruction at the oldest still operating all-girl Catholic high school in New York State. There really is a community here and it shows both inside and outside of the classroom.


Name: Ms. Lillian Savastano
Position/Title: Mathematics Teacher
Start Date: September 2016
Classes Currently Teaching: Applied math, Algebra I, and Geometry
Personal Interests: Fashion, Singing, Acting, Watching The Bachelor/Bachelorette (TV show)
Credentials: Bachelor of Arts, Iona College – Adolescent Mathematics Education

Bio: It is both a pleasure and an honor to be starting my teaching career at AMSU. I’m excited for my first year of teaching and look forward to incorporating real world situations and activities into my curriculum, in order to make math relevant and interesting. My philosophy is to provide an engaging and challenging learning environment where my students will flourish academically. I have excelled in the academic world due to the attention and support of many talented teachers and I hope to provide that same attention and support to my students so that they can move beyond their expectations.

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