Daniel Di Staulo is a graduate of SJR class of 99'. He attended Sacred Heart University where he earned his Bachelor's degrees in Religious Studies and Mathematics. He stayed at Sacred Heart University for graduate school where he then received his Master's degree in Education. He did his student teaching, volunteer work, and first year at Bassick High School in Bridgeport, CT and then moved back home to NJ and began to work as mathematics teacher at SJR the fall of 2005-2006 school year.
I grew up in North Bergen NJ and New Milford NJ, and now call Hackensack NJ home.
I believe in hard work and putting forth your best effort in school. Math is not easy for everyone, but can be done with self-discipline, effort, and daily practice. I believe that the ethos of math and the problem solving skills can translate to all other subject matters and all aspects of life. Math provides powerful insight into logical reasoning, which is the backbone of a productive and meaningful life.
I collect comic books :)
When I'm not at work:
I'm usually at home relaxing and doing something "nerdy".
Ask me about:
My recipes for homemade chicken soup or lentil chili
I like to work at SJR because:
It brings me back to my time as a student at SJR and the caring nature of my teachers. I have also been privileged to work alongside such a caring faculty. I take my work very seriously, and feel it is my responsibility to try and make my students' lives better.