Welcome Melissa Martin

This year we welcome Melissa Martin to our Humanities faculty, teaching History in the Secondary School. Prior to taking up her new position with us, Melissa spent seven years teaching at Border Christian College in Albury and most recently, spent a year teaching at Kempsey Adventist School. Melissa is History and English trained with an interest in literacy intervention and ensuring all children thrive and learn to read and write. 

The Media team sat down with Melissa at the start of Term 1 to find out a little more about her. 

What are you looking forward to about 2022 at SCAS?Meeting new people, making new friends,  seeing growth in students and fostering a passion for history in my classroom.
What was your favourite co-curricular activity as a student? Playing volleyball, girls AFL team and basketball.
What is your favourite thing to do on the weekend in the Port Macquarie area?Getting out in nature with my family, being active and teaching my children to be active.
What was your latest good read?The Feed by M.T Anderson
Tell us a fun fact about youI am a trained multisensory structured language (MSL) and Sounds Write practitioner and I hope to mix these skills into my teaching career in the future.
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