Title: Beatrice Ann Semrov
Company: Parochial School Educator
Location: Cathedral of St. Raymond School
Beatrice Semrov Parochial School Educator at the Cathedral of St. Raymond School, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in secondary education.
When Ms. Semrov was in grade school, she attended a Catholic grade school and wanted to teach because she thought it was interesting and found her teachers to be friendly and motivating. She decided to go into the field and first earned a Bachelor of Arts from the College of St. Francis (now the University of St. Francis) in 1965. She later earned a Master of Arts from Marquette University in 1968. Since 1973, she has been a social studies teacher at the Cathedral of St. Raymond School. Her dedication to her students and vocation resulted in receiving a Teacher of the Year Award in 2000.
Prior to this position, Ms. Semrov was a science teacher at St. Mary/Sacred Heart School, a social studies teacher at St. Ambrose Demonstration School, a social studies, English and reading teacher at Frank Lloyd Wright Junior High School and a social studies teacher at the Immaculate Conception School. Furthermore, she has conducted awards programs within her schools, coordinated field trips, mass and participated in the Diocesan Social Studies Textbook Selection Committee. She has maintained professional affiliation with the National Council on Social Studies and Phi Alpha Theta. She’s most proud of the successes her students have had in their careers.
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