Mrs. Sharon Fischer
St. Joseph Regional School teachers welcome and encourage communication regarding all aspects of a student's development.
Faculty Fast Facts
Why a Catholic Education Matters
Catholic education provides children with a safe and nourishing place to learn and grow. It prepares students academically and socially for a challenging world. Students in Catholic schools are viewed as children of God, and therefore loved.
I choose to work at St. Joseph Regional School to share my knowledge, faith and love of Christ with children. The parents and staff at St. Joseph Regional School make teaching a joy!
Subject Area/Grade and Related Education
B.S. St. Bonaventure
M.S. SUNY Brockport
Fourth Grade & 5th Grade Science News
Welcome to Mrs. Fischer’s 4th grade homeroom and 5th grade Science!
Our 4th grade students will start the school year with the Science unit “Earth’s Processes in New York State”. We will investigate fossils and rock formations as evidence of how our land was shaped over time. The students will create 3-D models to show the effects of weathering and erosion and find various solutions that reduce the impacts of natural Earth processes on humans.
In 4th grade Social Studies we will study the geography of New York and the way its physical features and location shaped the world of its early inhabitants. (This ties nicely into our earth’s processes unit in Science. ) The students will enjoy learning about the Iroquois and Algonquian Native Americans and the first Europeans that settled here. This unit also includes part one of two studies of the impact of Slavery in New York.
I look forward to meeting our new 4th graders! Religion class is the perfect opportunity to learn more about one another and pray together for ourselves and our community. We will work together to find ways to give back to the seniors and home-bound individuals in our community through our service projects.
I am thrilled to be able to welcome back this year’s 5th grade to my classroom!! In 5th grade science we will start the year with the unit “Toys Matter”. While training to become Material Engineers for a toy company, students will learn about matter and its properties in this fun unit.