TTF Funded Lab Teachers

Mr. Joey Giunta
(pronounced “June-ta”)

Giunta

Science Lab Teacher

Mr. Giunta’s Science Lab Blog

Hello everyone! I am so excited to be back at Tritt Elementary School for my 3rd year! I’ve been teaching science in Metro Atlanta for over a decade – most recently at the Clean Air Campaign and Chattahoochee Nature Center, where I still work as a canoe guide and animal handler on weekends, but Tritt has become a real home for me. Implementing the Project Lead The Way curriculum has been a fun way to complement what the classroom teachers are covering. When I’m not working, I like to hike with my puppy dogs, mountain bike or paddle with friends, read a good book, and enjoy all kinds of sports (especially baseball) and art (especially theater).

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Mrs. Courtney Pascual

Pascual

Computer Lab Teacher

Mrs. Pascual’s Computer Lab Blog

This is Mrs. Pascual’s fourth year at Tritt as a teacher (seventh year as a parent) and 19th year teaching. She loves being a Tritt Tiger and working with students as they navigate the ever-evolving world of technology. She taught at The Westminster Schools for 15 years in various capacities as a technology instructor, fifth grade reading & language arts teacher, and junior high reading teacher. She trained teachers in using technology through inTech (Georgia’s technology program for teachers developed at Kennesaw State University). She holds her B.A. in Elementary Education from Stetson University and her M.Ed. in Reading, Language, and Literacy Education from Georgia State University. When she’s not at Tritt, she loves time with her family, reading, singing, gardening, and cooking.

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