Mrs. Suzanne L. Morrow

Phone: 856 206 2394


Degrees and Certifications:

Masters in Special Education, Bachelors of Education in Elementary & Special Education Dual Certifications NJ Teacher of the Handicapped & New Jersey Elementary School Teacher

Mrs. Suzanne L. Morrow

 I am a mother of two amazingly talented children. My oldest, Zoe is a sophomore at Rowan Burlington County College, while my son Jackson is in the sixth grade in Maple Shade.  Education has played a huge role in my life. After graduating Pemberton Township high school in 1999, my husband and I became parents. I quickly realized that I had to break the cycle and follow my dreams and persevere through the challenges of being a young mother.

I attended BCC through the Educational Opportunity Program, earning my Associates Degree before transferring to Holy Family University graduating in 2007, with the degree Bachelor of Arts and dual certification in Teacher of the Handicapped and Elementary Educator.  In 2016, I earned a Master's Degree in Special Education as a special educator.

I began teaching in January, 2007 at Emmons Elementary School in Pemberton as a pre-school disabilities teacher in the Autism Program. I spent almost 10 years in various special education settings such as Multiple Disabilities teachers for grades 3-5, in-class resource room for both kindergarten and second grade. 

In 2016, I transferred to Harker-Wylie (now Stackhouse) as a Kindergarten Teacher. In the past 4 years, I have become actively involved in our community. I currently Co-Char our school's Character Education Committee and I'm the Vice President of Stackhouse's PTO. 

My role as your child's Kindergarten teacher is to create a safe, positive, welcoming, and encouraging learning environment for your scholar to learn and grow as they begin their educational journey. 

My role as your child's Kindergarten teacher is to provide him or her with the knowledge and experiences to grow socially and academically.

My role as your child's Kindergarten teacher is to listen to all of my students and their needs and base my lessons and activities off of what will be most beneficial to them.

My role as your child's Kindergarten teacher is to prepare your son or daughter by teaching them how to collaborate with others, take direction, have confidence in front of others, and invest in something they love.

I believe that reading, writing, and mathematics can be learned through a multitude of strategies and techniques such as music, play, stories, technology, art, and make believe.

It is my role to get to know all of my scholars by their strengths and weaknesses.

It is my role to provide the most appropriate learning experience where your child is excited and eager to interact and engage.

"It is my job to help all students belong... This means my job is to educate the wider community about the needs of a child who mat be perceived as 'different' to help them become embraced as part of the community."  - Gayle Hernandez, 2014