I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada of an Italian immigrant family. I graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor’s Degree in French and Italian. At the age of 22, I married Stan Trevisan – an engineer for Kimberly-Clark and moved to New Milford, CT. During the three and one half years we lived in Connecticut, I taught High School French and received a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT. An intra-company transfer with Kimberly-Clark moved us back to Canada in 1986 . For the next ten years, I taught French Immersion –Grades 6/7/8 in Ontario Catholic Schools. In 1996, another move with Kimberly-Clark brought us to Alpharetta, Georgia.
I have three children: Nicole and Amanda are age 17 & 14 and go to Marist. Michael, age 11 attends Holy Redeemer. My hobbies include cross stitch, interior decorating , scrapbooking, playing the flute and SHOPPING!
This year I once again look forward to sharing my love of the French language and culture with our 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.