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 amazing children. Zoe will be graduating from Maple Shade High School Class of 2019, while Jackson is in 4th grade. I have been married to my high school sweetheart since 2002. We love to travel the world, always waiting for the next adventure. My husband and I are Eagles Season Ticket Holders   - Go Birds!

I am a proud Pemberton Township High School Alumni Class of 1999!

I attended Burlington County College before transferring to Holy Family University, graduating in 2006 earning the degree Bachelor of Arts, with dual certificiations in Elementary Education and Teacher of the Handicapped. After teaching for several years, I earned a Masters in Special Education from Grand Canyon University. 

I began my teaching career in 2007 as a Pre-School Disabilities Teacher at Emmons Elementary School in Pemberton, NJ. For the first 3.5 years, I taught children within the autism / multiple disabilities self-contained learning environments utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis. I then spent the next 4 years as a second grade inclass resource room teacher, before becoming a kindergarten teacher. I have been teaching Kindergarten since 2014. Kindergarten is definitley where I am supposed to be. I joined Harker Wylie Elementary School in 2016. This is my home, and when you enter my classroom we become a family. 

I am Kindergarten

by Suzanne Morrow

I sing.

I dance.

I play.

I laugh.

I read.

I write.

I draw.

I cut.

I paint.

I count.

I add.

I subtract.

I make new friends.

I tie my shoes.

I follow rules. 

I am Kindergarten!

I sing, I dance, I play, I laugh, I am a Kindergarten Teacher!

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

Fun Facts About Me:

I am my kids biggest cheer leader

I laugh all the time

I am left handed

I am a middle child

I love coffee

I love working out 

I love parties

I love the beach

I love reading

I love to travel

I love to talk

I love the Philadelphia Eagles