Amy Domagalski has worked in the Milwaukee Public Schools coaching, mentoring, and educating children of a variety of ages since 1992. She began her career with MPS at Zablocki Elementary as a general aide and then transitioned to a Paraprofessional at Lincoln Avenue Elementary where she then was placed in a third grade classroom as an educator. Ms. Domagalski has previously taught at Burbank Elementary and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning and currently is at Victory K-8 Elementary and Milwaukee Italian Immersion School. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education (K5-12 with a minor in Social Studies as well as a MA in Curriculum and Instruction obtained at Mount Mary. Ms. Domagalski furthered her educational studies at UWM as received an MS in Administration and Adult Education. Her last accomplishment was a MS in Guidance and Counseling completed at Lakeland College. She stands behind the belief that ALL educators have a responsibility to be lifelong learners in order to empower the future youngsters of today. ALL children have the ability to achieve in one way or another, with a teacher’s help, support, and guidance to grow!