Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Sheryl Rzeppa

I received my bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Illinois State University, Normal, with a social science endorsement. I taught second grade in School District 300 for eight years, then decided to stay home to raise my children. I returned to teaching in the Geneva School District 304, beginning in preschool for a year, followed by teaching kindergarten for two years.  I received my Gifted Education Certification. I came to the Oswego School District #308 in 2011 to cover two first grade long-term substitute positions.  In the fall of that year, I began teaching at Lakewood Creek Elementary School. I taught second grade for six years, followed by first grade for four years. I received my ESL Endorsement in 2015 from Benedictine University.  I received my master's degree in Teaching and Learning from the University of St. Francis in 2018. I moved to Hunt Club to be an EL Resource Teacher in 2021.