Mrs. Amatois very excited to be a part of the new Mays Chapel Elementary community. She started her teaching career in 2012 at Pot Spring Elementary after graduating from the University of Richmond with degrees in Elementary Education and Pre-Medicine. She is passionate about instilling a love of learning in her students and cultivating a safe and engaging classroom environment. Outside of school, Mrs. Amato enjoys running, reading, playing soccer and lacrosse, and riding her two horses. She is looking forward to meeting the new Mays Chapel Labs!
Ms. McGinnis graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Stevenson University. Her passion for teaching started at a very young age and has been influenced by her past educators. She loves teaching in Baltimore County, seeing as she completed her academic career in the Baltimore County Public School System. Outside of school, Ms. McGinnis enjoys going to the beach, camping, and spending time with family and friends. She is also a very passionate Baltimore Ravens fan.
Mrs. Stewart is a passionate, creative, dedicated educator who is thrilled to be working with the students, families, and staff that make up Mays Chapel Elementary School. Megan graduated from Towson University in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and a minor in English. She received her master's degree in School Improvement Leadership from Goucher College in 2015. Prior to joining Team Mays, Mrs. Stewart worked with kindergarteners from 2008-2009 at Westminster Elementary School. She then served as a first grade teacher from 2009-2011 and a third grade teacher from 2011-2014 at Glyndon Elementary School. Mrs. Stewart is committed to student achievement and creating a learning environment that is both challenging and fun. When she is not at school, she can be found rooting for the Ravens, cuddled up with a good book and her dog, Moxley, or running 5K races.
Mrs. Staci Torok joined the Mays Chapel staff in 2016. Prior to teaching at MCES she spent several years as a math resource teacher at the elementary level as well as an Instructional Coach for the Office of Title I. Mrs. Torok has taught Kindergarten through grade 5 during her teaching career as well. She is originally from western Pennsylvania and can be found in her black and gold jersey during football season. Her favorite pastimes including spending time with her young daughter, husband, and dog. She enjoys the outdoors, spending time with friends, and reading.
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