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Updated: 03/06/2018 08:30:00AM

SFSC alumna embraces flexability in teaching

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Stolte with her students in South Korea.

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LAKE PLACID — Combining her experience as a teacher and her desire to travel, Sheri Stolte, a South Florida State College (SFSC) alumna, would find herself immersed in the cultures of two countries, South Korea and Canada. Through that experience, she learned how invaluable flexibility is in teaching.

Stolte, a native of Lake Placid, graduated from SFSC in 2004 with an Associate in Arts degree. She followed it by earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education, with an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) endorsement, from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers. She spent six years teaching fourth grade at Crestwell School, a private institution in that same city.

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