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Name: maryrose carlow
Job Title: Other
Subject: Special Education
Grade Level: Elementary School
Time Zone: (UTC-5) EST - Eastern Standard Time
Country: United States
Region/State: Indiana
County: JEFFERSON
School: POPE JOHN XXIII ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
City/Town: Madison, In
Education: Masters from Indiana university
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About Me: Although I am licensed to teach LD, MIMH and ED, I have had the honor and privilege to teach Emotionally Disabled students for 34 years in both public and residential schools. I worked for the same COOP but have been in 5 different locations and have gained something useful from each place. I taught secondary ed for most of my career however for the last 10 years of my career was spent at the elementary level and the last five of it being a behavioral consultant. I ended my career at Southwestern schools. Never in a million years did I think I would like it, let alone love it. However, things change and I was being called to a different profession, but continue to assist with consultation. In my new profession of administrative assistant for our Catholic Church, I continue to learn. I now use Microsoft products, publisher on a daily basis. I am broadcasting Live Masses and have learned how to build our website and maintain it. I'm a wife and mother to an awesome 33 year old man. I'm expecting my first grandchild any day now. I'm the oldest of 4, all younger brothers. In my spare time I love to make rosaries and quilts. I love Apple products, LOL. I'm a Scentsy consultant. I am passionate about my Catholic Faith.
Favorite Quote: “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly what is essential is invisible to the eye.” “What makes the desert beautiful,” said the little prince, “is that somewhere it hides a well…” “When he lights his streetlamp, it is as if he brought one more star to life or one flower. When he puts out his lamp, he sends the flower, or the star, to sleep. That is a beautiful occupation. And since it is beautiful, it is truly useful.”