Ms. Stacey Lambrecht
This is my 10th year at St. Mary’s School, and feel blessed every day that I get to come to this fabulous place. I spend each day with middle school students exploring our world through social studies and building reading skills each day. But I see myself as more than just the teacher of these subjects. I also like to plan adventures for middle school students, help them grow as young minds with ideas of their own and learn about their passions that may be very different than my own.
My own path to St. Mary’s is a twisty one, but brought me right where I am supposed to be. I grew up in Cottage Grove, MN, just outside St. Paul. I went to the College of St. Benedict and then taught on the East Coast. I taught middle school science, social studies, and language arts to 7th and 8th graders at the Winchester School for seven years and was mentored by some really fabulous teachers in New Hampshire. I am currently a graduate student as well at St. Mary’s University, pursuing my masters in Educational Leadership.
I spend my free time babying a Golden Lab named Beckett, watching the Red Sox or Patriots, quilting, reading, traveling or baking.
News from Room 303
2023 N.Y.C./D.C. Educational Trip
e-Learning Day Information
Students need to look at their email and google classroom for their assignments for the day. Teachers will be available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. via email during the e-learning day if students have questions. Students will be held accountable for the work from this day. It is due the next school day in order for students to receive credit. If students do not hand in the work by the next school day, they will be counted absent for that e-Learning day, and then per the school handbook, they have 2 school days to make up the work, and then it begins to be counted late.