Mrs. Camille Nemanic- Title I Math

Welcome to my page!  As a Title I Math specialist, I am passionate about helping children move along their "math learning journey." I firmly believe that ALL children can succeed in learning mathematics. For the 2021-2022 school year, I am a full-time math specialist working with K-5 students at Hutchinson Elementary School.  Because we are a school-wide Title I building, I am able to work with any child who needs help with math. I provide math support/intervention in different ways. Sometimes, I work with students in the classroom during regular math instruction. Other times, I may work with small groups of children or one-on-one for specific interventions. I am also committed to sharing resources with students, families, and fellow teachers. I hope find the resources here to be helpful for you and your child.
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About Mrs. Nemanic

Teaching is one of my greatest joys in life! From an early age, I wanted to be a teacher. My wish came true and I now have over 20 years of teaching under my belt, including schools in suburban Philadelphia and Montgomery County, Maryland. Greensburg Salem has been my teaching home for the past 16 years. I am grateful to be part of such a wonderful school district. I grew up in Phoenixville, PA (yup, I'm a proud Philly girl), where most of my family still lives. I graduated from Duquesne University where I not only fell in love with the city of Pittsburgh, but also my husband, Ed. We have three grown children- CaraLee, Anthony, and Daniel, along with a wonderful son-in-law, Phil, and four delightful grandchildren. In addition to spending time with family and friends, I  enjoy listening to music and playing the piano, baking, star-gazing, spending time at the beach, traveling, and watching movie classics.
P.S. I have a confession. As a child, I often found math to be challenging and sometimes confusing. I had to work hard to succeed in math. Quite frankly, I didn't think I was good at it. When I met my husband, Ed, I often marveled at how confident he was with mental math and working with numbers. I was jealous because it took me so much longer to do math tasks like adding up scores in a card game or figuring out the tip at a restaurant. (Keep in mind, this was before Smartphones!) Through teaching a variety of strategies to our students, I have found my confidence grow. I've gotten much better at daily math tasks and my confidence has grown. I hope to empower your child in the same way. 
 Good Mathematics