My name is Mrs. Cundey (formerly Shabo!) and I am a graduate from Montclair State University, where I graduated with my Master's degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. Before pursuing my Master's, I attended Rowan University, where I graduated with my Bachelor's degree in English. Before graduating, I spent six years teaching Aramaic at an elementary level, in an effort to preserve the language. I served as a research assistant throughout my graduate program at Montclair State University, where I conducted and analyzed research regarding child development and education.
I am originally from North Jersey, and was born and raised in Bergen County, where most of my family currently resides (so yes, I am a Yankees and Giants fan ;). I moved to South Jersey to start a family and accepted a position teaching at Mary Shoemaker School, and have had an amazing time teaching in Woodstown!
I come from a large family, and I love to spend my free time with them. I enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and going to the beach, and I love seeing my favorite bands play live as much as I can! Teaching has always been a passion of mine, and I can truly say that I am blessed to do what I love for a living!