Meet The Teacher

Hello, Parents and Students!
My name is Ms. Wilson. I started teaching in North Bergen in 2003. I obtained my Masters in Early Childhood Education and a Bachelor in Fine Art Photography at the New Jersey City University. I belong to the International Volunteer Headquarter organization with whom I volunteer 40 days of my free time to teach English in different parts of the world. I've taught in Dominican Republic, Thailand, China, Cuba, Fiji and Madagascar. During my travels I learn their culture and school life customs to then bring that experience to my students when I return.
I was born and raised in New York City where I attended Fashion Institute of Technology before migrating to Fort Lee, NJ. Eventually, I settled in North Bergen and the rest is history. I hope you find this page to be resourceful for I will try my best to add as much information and links to keep you informed and occupied.
Teaching in Fiji

Ms. Wilson’s Favorites


Holidays: Halloween and 4th of July

School Events: St. Jude Trike-A-Thon and Graduation

Colors: Scarlet and Navy Blue

Things: Anchors

Sports: Football

Books: Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus by Mo Willems

        Leo The Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus

Animals: Dogs, Tigers and Elephants

Foods:  Catfish

Drinks: Grape Snapple or Starbucks iced chai

Stores:  Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren

Seasons: Summer 

Movie: Freedom Writers and E.T.

Hobbies: Traveling, Dancing, Piloting, Backpacking, Photography

Nature:  The Bonsai, Rainbow eucalyptus, and Baobab Trees




“We are all evergreen trees with aspirations to one day light up as Christmas trees. In order for these magnificent conifers to light up we must all ensure our neighbor and our own light bulbs are securely fastened. The lighting will not take place if one light isn’t on or working properly. We cannot light up all the branches with our light alone. Either we ALL shine or remain beautiful evergreen trees. In the end we are all we got.”

                                                                            W. Wilson
Please click on the document below to watch a video of Ms. Wilson's drive by visit to her students 5/2020