Beverly Y.

Beverly graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Harvey Mudd College and an Master’s of Education from Boston University.

She is a Certified Teacher who has worked with elementary and middle school students in Taiwan, Japan, and the United States.

Beverly’s diverse teaching experience has shown her that building relationships with students is the most important step in meeting their educational needs.

She believes every student is a “math person” and prioritizes developing number sense and critical thinking during her sessions. Beverly is excited to help students find learning strategies that work for them and encourage their curiosity about math.

In her spare time, Beverly enjoys hiking through autumn landscapes, solving jigsaw puzzles, and pondering why students have contentious arguments over whether a hotdog is a sandwich. (She’s inclined to say, “Yes,” per the Merriam-Webster definition.)

Lindsay F.

Empathy and happiness has guided Lindsay throughout her life. She learned early on to embrace differences among people as strengths, not weaknesses. Lindsay’s passion in teaching launched when she did a high-school co-op placement in a grade 1 classroom. It became apparent that she had a strong interest in assisting children with special education needs when she started working at a Community Living program 20 years ago.

Lindsay has over 13 years experience as an elementary teacher. Lindsay worked in a Developmentally Delayed classroom for four years, a Multiple Exceptionality classroom for two years, a Kindergarten Grade 1 split class for two years, a Full Day Kindergarten class for two years, and was the Special Education Resource Teacher for one year at her school.
Lindsay has further developed her teaching skills by working on professional development. She has obtained additional qualifications in Special Education (Specialist) and Mathematics Part 1.
Lindsay believes that each child is capable of learning and thriving. It’s the educator’s responsibility to provide a warm, caring and trusting environment so that the child can learn and develop.



Nina B.has been teaching for 21 years, the last 16 at the Bronxville Elemenatary School. She has taught 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade and is currently teaching 2nd grade. She and her team of teachers have been responsible for putting together a rigorous curriculum that is enriching and engaging for her students. Her current curriculum includes using Teachers College reading, writing and phonics programs and Singapore math. However, she has a vast general knowledge of how to teach young children any math or ELA they might use in another school district. She understands the need to both challenge her students as well as offer modifications and scaffolding so that all of her students are successful and happy. Ms. B. wakes up each morning excited to come to school as do her students each year.