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Teacher Profile – Sariah Cafiero, 5th Grade

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Welcome to our Trinity family! If you had to describe your first weeks here in only three words, what would they be?

Invaluable, Memorable, Whirlwind

Now that you’re officially a professional educator, looking back to when you were a student, did you ever think this would be what you’d be doing at your age?

Looking back to when I was a student, I thought that I would be a Real Estate agent and Interior designer. However, I have absolutely no regrets being where I ended up today.

Are you originally from Tampa, or did you move here from somewhere else? If so, from where and how long ago?

 I am originally from Long Island, New York. I grew up in a small town and decided to attend the University of Tampa in 2012. Since attending UT, I have lived in Tampa for 4 years. 

If you were given a moments notice to take a week off and travel anywhere in the world you’d like without worrying about the cost, where would you go and what would you do?

 If I were given a moments notice to take a week off without any worries, I would most definitely want to travel to Costa Rica. Costa Rica is a location where culture strives, where there are many activities to get involved in such as zip lining, exploring the jungle, aquatic activities and so on. I would love to make the trip to Costa Rica as active and educational and memorable as possible. 

To you, what is the most rewarding part of your job as an educator?

The absolute most rewarding part of being an educator is having the ability to positively impact my students lives. It has been a goal of mine to be the teacher where students feel confident and comfortable enough to leave my classroom prepared to have a positive impact on society. Not only that, but being someone that my students can look up to is something that I find rewarding in itself. 

What is your favorite:

 ·      Movie? Matilda

·      Book? A Child called It

·      Musical Artist? Jack Johnson

·      Candy? SourPatch Kids Watermelon

·      Restaurant? Cheesecake Factory 

·      Memory? The memories I made traveling the United Kingdom and Europe.

 

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2 Responses to “Teacher Profile – Sariah Cafiero, 5th Grade”

  1. Missie on August 22nd, 2016 5:55 PM

    So proud of you Beauty!!!

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  2. Christa comito on August 23rd, 2016 5:20 AM

    Proud of my beautiful cousin. Have a great school year.

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