Second Grade Team

Meghan Bruzzone, Second Grade Co-Teacher

Miss Bruzzone received her Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Elementary Education from San Jose State University. She attended Sacramento State University to complete her K-8 Teaching Certification. From there she pursued her Masters of Education in Reading and Literacy as well as her Reading Specialist credential from Sonoma State University. This is her second year teaching at Harlem Link and she has taught two years of first grade in California. She loves to cook and bake, hike, travel, snowboard and explore new cities!

Julie Fehn, Second Grade Co-Teacher

Ms. Fehn received her B.A. in Linguistics from Stony Brook University and her M.A. in Education and Special Education from Touro College. She has her certification to teach Grades K-6. This is her sixth year teaching, and first year at Harlem Link. Besides being a passionate educator, Ms. Fehn loves spending most of her time outdoors hiking, skiing, and fishing!

Catherine Milner, Second Grade Co-Teacher

Mrs. Milner earned her Bachelors in Social Work (BSW) from Queens University, Belfast, N. Ireland and her Masters in Education (MSED) from Metropolitan College of New York. She graduates with dual certification in General and Special Education, Grades 1-6; and is certified to teach in New York. This is Mrs. Milner's second year working at Harlem Link Charter School, and she is excited to be a part of the school community. In her spare time Mrs. Milner enjoys spending time with her two kids, her husband and her extended family here in NYC. Mrs. Milner recently finished her first ever Marathon this November in New York City.

Sheena Washington, Second Grade Co-Teacher

Ms. Sheena Washington received her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Education from Bates College.  She received her M.A. in Elementary Education grades 1-6 from Hunter College. She has her certification to teach grades 1-6 from NYC. This is her second year of teaching at Harlem Link Charter School. She is learning American Sign Language and enjoys crocheting.

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