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Kimberly Dwyer, Syosset High School Math teacher, has been selected as a New York State Master Teacher. This honor makes her part of an expert community of outstanding educators from across the state!

Syosset High School Math teacher Kimberly Dwyer has been selected as one of 228 teachers to be named a New York State Master Teacher. This honor makes her a part of an expert community of over 1200 outstanding educators from across the state who teach science, technology, computer science, robotics, coding, engineering, math and integrated STEM courses across grades K-12.

 

Mrs. Dwyer, who has been teaching at Syosset High School since 2006, earned her Bachelor of Science in Adolescence Education and her Master of Science in Applied Mathematics from LIU Post. She received the George Lenchner Distinguished Service Award in 2015 for her work as site coordinator for the New York State Mathematics League competition and was an Adjunct Professor at LIU Post teaching Calculus. In addition to teaching ENL Math, Geometry, AP Calculus AB and BC at the high school, Mrs. Dwyer has been coaching the Syosset Mathletes since 2010. She is a member of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and currently serves as Treasurer for the New York State Mathematics League.