NEW FACES — Joshua West, Jessica Wszaleck and Nicholas Agro recently joined the teaching staff at St. Aloysius Regional School.
SPRINGVILLE — St. Aloysius Regional School welcomed three new faces to the teaching staff, this school year.
Joshua West is the school’s new physical education and junior high health teacher.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education from the State University of New York at Brockport and an associate of science degree in physical education from Erie Community College in Orchard Park.
He has experience coaching and is a certified lifeguard.
Jessica Wszaleck attended Alfred State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in early childhood and childhood education, as well as a master’s degree in literacy.
She is currently taking an additional graduate-level class at Canisius College, to finish the requirements for her students with disabilities certification. She is St. Aloysius’s fifth grade teacher.
Nicholas Agro graduated from the University at Buffalo and holds a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in math education.
He also holds a minor in religious studies. He has previously taught a range of courses, from junior high math to advanced placement calculus. He is the St. Aloysius sixth, seventh and eighth grade math and religion teacher.