Cynthia Ciesla
5th and 6th Grade AIS Reading and Math Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School

Cynthia has been a middle school AIS teacher for the past 14 years. She holds an associate degree from OCC to practice dental hygiene.

She also holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in literacy, both from SUNY Oswego. Using such programs as MATH 180, System 44, and READ 180 Universal, she believes all students have the ability to thrive and grow. Cynthia is a member of her school’s Building Planning Team, Instructional Support Team, and Math Study Committee, and serves as AIS Department Chair.  

Cynthia has been a middle school AIS teacher for the past 14 years. She holds an associate degree from OCC to practice dental hygiene.

She also holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in literacy, both from SUNY Oswego. Using such programs as MATH 180, System 44, and READ 180 Universal, she believes all students have the ability to thrive and grow. Cynthia is a member of her school’s Building Planning Team, Instructional Support Team, and Math Study Committee, and serves as AIS Department Chair.  

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Shift From the Traditional Classroom to a Math Workshop Structure
This framework can provide the rigor and relevance necessary for skills that students will need in the future.
Erika Gilbert
Math AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School
Cynthia Ciesla
5th and 6th Grade AIS Reading and Math Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School
January 07, 2019