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    "We're from McKnight, and we're feeling alright!" This year (2019-2020) marks my thirteenth year as an educator with the North Allegheny School District.  I hold a B.S. in Applied Developmental Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh Main Campus, as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from University of Pittsburgh.  Aside from teaching fifth grade for ten years, I have taught fourth grade, kindergarten, and 6th grade (Ingomar Middle) English/reading. Above all, Fifth grade has become my home, and I absolutely LOVE being a fifth grade teacher and watching my students grow and succeed! 
     As a mother to a (vivacious) 3-year-old, the one thing I wish fervently for my daughter is that she continues to actively seek out answers to questions, continues to be curious, kind, empathetic, and respectful - all while finding herself  -her spark - and developing an understanding that hard work and determination, paired with mindfulness and self-preservation within a healthy balance, are the building blocks and "soft skills" of life.  I know you want those same things for your child, too.  

    All gains are not possible without consistent, positive home-school communication.  It is important that we work as a team to encourage your child to approach learning and social relationships positively and successfully.  When we work as a TEAM, great things can and will happen.
    Contact information (Mrs. Erin Sullivan, 5D)
    email:  ersullivan@northallegheny.org 
    I proudly teach math, ELA, and science.  My teammate for the 2019-2020 school year is Mrs. Goehring (5E). 
Last Modified on August 19, 2019