Amy Graziane is currently serving her 11th year as a language teacher for the Hoosick Falls Central School District. She began her educational career as an elementary and English as a second language teacher. She has 13 years of teaching experience as a second grade teacher, English as a second language teacher and as a Spanish teacher. Teaching using a variety of methods including the TPRS method (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) continuously accelerates her students’ proficiency in the target language.
Ms. Graziane’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and Spanish from the State University College at Cortland, and a Master of Science in Second Language Education – English as a Second Language from the State University College at Cortland.
Ms. Graziane serves as a volunteer for The Animal Support Project, a local organization that provides assistance to animals and their owners. She also provides administrative assistance to The Albany Guardian Society, a charitable organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for older adults.
Ms. Graziane enjoys spending time with her family, participating in outdoor activities, watching sports, and continuing to expand her knowledge of other languages and cultures.