Kindergarten Teachers

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Hello, my name is Mrs. Searock!  I have been teaching for six years, and four of those years have been at Dodd Elementary.  I live with my husband and my dog, Frank.  Together, we love to
travel and spend time with family and friends.  My goal for this year is to establish a positive learning environment that acknowledges growth in all students.

Hi! My name is Allison Anderko! This is my third year teaching kindergarten here at Dodd. I absolutely love kindergarten and can't wait to share the love of growing and learning with all my students. My goal is to teach each and every student how to be a lifelong learner! 

My name is Mrs. Flores.  I have been teaching in the Allentown School District for 14 years, 11 of those in Kindergarten.  I love fitness, my dogs, and spending time with my family.  I am excited for another amazing year in Kindergarten!

My name is Monica Styles and I have been teaching at Dodd for 14 years, and have taught kindergarten for 6 of those years.  I live at home with my husband and my two children, Morgan and Matthew.  I love teaching and can’t wait to share some new, exciting books with my students.  My goal for this year is to celebrate growth and instill the love of learning to each and every student.

Welcome to Kindergarten! I graduated from Shippensburg University in 2019 and this is my second year at Dodd. I have two cats, Lucy and Gracie, that are the funniest cats I've ever met. My goal for this year is to help all children learn and grow, not only as students but people as well. I can't wait to get to know this new group of students and share this school year with them! -- Miss. Johnson

My name is Samantha Ginsberg  and I have been teaching at Dodd for 13 years. I taught Autistic Support for 10 years and I am going into my 3rd year as Learning Support Teacher.  I live at home with my husband and my four children, Lexi, Madden, Ella and Colton.  I am passionate about teaching and want to make learning fun and enjoyable for my students.   This year my goal is celebrate any growth whether it be big or small! Our students have been through some challenging times but they are resilient and I want them to know that they are invincible.