Iseult Duncombe DL
I was born in Paris and after earning an M.A in English from La Sorbonne in Paris. I moved to Brooklyn in 2010. I worked as a substitute teacher for 2 years while earning my M.S. in Early Childhood Education with a bilingual extension in French from Hunter College and started working full time at PS 20 in 2017 . My interests include traveling, baking, reading contemporary fiction, biking around New York City and learning about progressive education. Oh, and cats!
Ms. Mann earned her BA from Binghamton University with a dual major in English and Psychology. Summoning up the courage to enter a graduate program, she received her MST in Childhood and Special Education at Fordham University. Her childhood dream of becoming a teacher was finally realized in 2011 when she began working at The Clinton Hill School. Some of Ms. Mann’s favorite things to do include reading, arts & crafts, cooking & baking and hanging out with her family. Ms. Mann lives in Red Hook, Brooklyn with her husband, two children, two cats and two dogs.
Ms. Montagna received a BA from St. Josephs college in Education and a MA in Science and Education from the College of Staten Island. She has taught for 12 years with the last 6 at PS20