Kerri Maltese » Biography


Kerri Maltese is thrilled to be joining the Trinity Hall community this year. In the past, Kerri had the opportunity to teach kindergarten through sixth grade Spanish and served as an ESL teacher for six years. She also worked with homebound students, serving as an English instructor for high school students. She eventually made the transition to teach language arts at the eighth grade level for eight years, and she is excited to move up to the high school level this year. For the 2021-2022 school year, Kerri will be teaching English I.
Kerri grew up in Manalapan and graduated with a B.A. in communications from Monmouth University. During her time there, she served as secretary for the National Honor Society and interned at ABC Studios in New York. She eventually earned her teaching certificates in English and education from Stockton University, as well as a Masters degree in curriculum and instruction, from Western Governors University. In her spare time, Kerri enjoys reading, baking, seeing Broadway shows and spending time with her son, Landon.

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