Meet Haverford Middle School Teacher Angela Lord

This Haverford Middle School teacher has been in the industry for 26 years and still shares her passion for teaching middle school students.

Haverford-Havertown Patch is featuring great area teachers who deserve some spotlight. Teachers give a lot to their students, schools and studies and we'd like to recognize them and say a simple, thank you, for all that they do. This educator has been in the industry for 26 years, spreading her passion for middle school math and reading.

Name: Angela Lord

School: Haverford Middle School

Grade/Subject: 6th Grade/Math and Language Arts

Years in the Industry: 26 (been with SDHT since 1985)

Teaching Background: Bachelor's degree in Secondary Math (West Chester University) and master's in Elementary Education (St. Joseph's University). Additional Math and Technology coursework at Cabrini College.

What do you like most about your job? 

Working with the students keeps me young. Although, my mother tells me I am a child at heart.

Why did you become a teacher? 

I found I was able to explain things to fellow classmates in high school. There was a teacher I had as a senior who allowed me to run tutor groups so I found my niche early. Another teacher in high school got me involved in the logic of the master schedule, which I assist with at Haverford Middle School.

What do you like best about your current school (projects, programs or activities that your school is a part of):

In addition to being with the students, I love the comraderie and bond I have with my colleagues. We go through the same things and can share, vent, etc., knowing it will be received in a constructive yet warm atmosphere.


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