Ms. Aurelio, Principal and Title IX Coordinator of The Einstein School, holds a Bachelor’s of Anthropology and a Masters in Education from the University of Florida. She began as the elementary and middle school Social Studies teacher in January of 2000, the first year that Einstein opened. Ms. Aurelio held the position until 2007 when she became the Principal of The Einstein School not because she ever desired to be in Administration, but because of her deep passion for the students and the mission of the Einstein School. She is consistently proud of the amazing work the team of teachers and paraprofessionals do to help struggling students learn to read and develop a love of education.
Mrs. Flint, Assistant Principal, has a BS in Finance from the University of Florida and a Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of West Florida. She began her love of educating here at Einstein back in 2006 as an aide in the Math room. She is certified in Special Education, Math (5-9), Elementary Education, Gifted Education, and Educational Leadership.
Ms. Dena, Science teacher, began at the Einstein School as a paraprofessional in the 2009-2010 school year, completed her final internship with the school in 2011 and finally became the Science teacher in the 2011-2012 school year. She graduated from St. Leo College with a Bachelor’s degree in middle school science education. Dena is also certified to teach K-6 general education and holds a reading endorsement and special education certification. Dena’s related experience includes 11 years of leading Girl Scouts and science curriculum development for a publishing company based in St. Augustine. Originally from New Jersey, Dena has lived in Florida for 27 years and has 4 children, the youngest of which attended Einstein for two years and is now a successful high school student in a larger public school.
Ms. Katie, Math teacher/504 and ESE Coordinator, joined the staff at Einstein School as a volunteer in January 2009. She returned for the 2009-2010 school year as a paraprofessional. Ms. Katie has been the math teacher since the 2010-2011 school year. She has a BA in Sociology with a minor in Family, Youth and Community Sciences from the University of Florida. She also attended the Santa Fe College Educator Preparation Institute in order to obtain teaching certification. She is currently certified to teach Elementary (K-6), Middle Grades Math, and ESE.
Ms. Mayra, Social Studies teacher, has worked at Einstein since 2008. She started as a paraprofessional in the Writing and Reading rooms. She had a BA in Anthropology and an MA in Latin American Studies, with a concentration in Anthropology from the University of Florida. She is certified in Special Education, Elementary Education, and Social Studies. She is also trained in the NOW program.