We are pleased to shine a spotlight on Mrs. Nicole Hartmann, an alumna who is currently a Pre-K teacher at St. Patrick School in Smithtown!
Mrs. Nicole Hartmann’s educational journey began at St. Patrick School, where she attended from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Her commitment to Catholic education continued as she pursued her Catholic studies in high school at St. John the Baptist DHS. Subsequently, she graduated from Dowling College and obtained her NYS Teacher Certification in childhood and special education. She has now come full circle, teaching Pre-K at the very same St. Patrick School in Smithtown where she attended for Kindergarten through Eighth Grade!
In her remarkable 10 years at St. Patrick’s, Mrs. Hartmann has not only been a dedicated teacher but has also embraced additional responsibilities. She has served as the moderator for the Yearbook, Student Council, and NJHS, demonstrating her commitment to fostering student engagement. Additionally, she plays an active role in creating the 8th grade video and contributes to the school safety committee.
“Nicole has always wanted to be a teacher and believes that God, her faith, and her heart have led her to teach at a Catholic School. As a Catholic School teacher, she knows it is her responsibility to not only educate her students academically but also in their faith so they can see how God is present in their lives.”– Anonymous
Outside of her teaching role, Mrs. Hartmann finds joy in cooking, baking, party planning, and crafting. As an active member of the St. Patrick Parish, she contributes by coordinating several food drives throughout the year. Mrs. Hartmann’s passion extends far beyond the classroom, showcasing her dedication to making a positive impact on the community!
We wholeheartedly express our gratitude for Mrs. Hartmann’s unwavering commitment and invaluable contributions in shaping the minds and nurturing the hearts of her students. As an alumna and exceptional educator of Long Island Catholic Schools, we take great pride in her accomplishments. Thank you, Mrs. Hartmann, for your dedication and the profound impact you have made!