Michelle Marrone graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish Education from Manhattanville College in 2008. She continued her education at St. John’s University to pursue a Masters degree in Teaching English as a Second Language. She graduated with a Masters in May of 2012 and began working in Hampton Bays School District in August, 2012. She was an ENL teacher at Hampton Bays High School from September 2012 to June 2019. She graduated from St. Joseph’s College in May 2019 with an Advanced Certificate in School District Leader and School Building Leader. She is currently the Director of ENL, World Languages and Bilingual Programs, 7-12 at the Patchogue-Medford School District.
Before Hampton Bays, she was a receptionist at VCA Oakdale Animal Hospital while also subbing in Connetquot School District. She returned to St. John’s University to pursue an Advanced Certificate in Literacy 5-12 and finished the program in May of 2016. She loves working with students and families from different cultures. Michelle feels they are always teaching her about the challenges that they have faced in life and she is always looking for ways to reach their inner abilities to help them be successful with English