Title: Retired School Teacher
Company: Columbus Public Schools
Location: Columbus, Ohio, United States
Sandra L. Boger, MEd, MS, BS, Retired School Teacher at Columbus Public Schools, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in education.
A school teacher for 35 years, Ms. Boger taught high school history and social studies and tutored students with learning disabilities to help ensure they passed their classes, graduated high school and secured promising futures. Prior to her longtime service as a teacher in Columbus Public Schools, she taught fifth and sixth grade gifted students in Delaware for seven years.
Ms. Boger earned a master’s degree in special education, with an emphasis on gifted education, from Wright State University, as well as a master’s degree in early childhood education and a bachelor’s degree in music education from the Ohio State University.
Across her career, Ms. Boger worked tirelessly to have a positive influence on the many children she taught in school, utilizing programs compatible with their unique abilities. She has proudly received countless thank-you notes from the students she has impacted. In retirement, Ms. Boger has continued to have effective interaction with children, attending events at the Columbus Metropolitan Library, where elementary school children read to adults.
Another source of fulfillment for Ms. Boger has been her church choir, for which she served as director for 20 years. She has also performed as the alto section leader of the Bach Society of Dayton, performing in five major concerts a year and attracting audiences from across the United States. The mother of a genius son and gifted daughter, Ms. Boger is the past president of Mensa International’s Dayton chapter and past chairman of IQ testing for Mensa International.
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