Mrs. Katsilieris Loves Languages, Dreams of the Beach

Mrs. Katsilieris, also known by her students as Mrs. Kats, is one of the foreign language teachers up on the third floor. She started teaching 20 years ago in Boston Public Schools and came to Hanover High School in 2002. She went to Emmanuel College for her bachelor’s degree and ENC for her master’s degree.

While she was in high school, her favorite subjects were always the foreign languages she learned. Mrs. Kats’ favorite language is Italian because of the “beautiful sounds, and every word ends in a vowel.” She can also speak and teach Spanish and Greek

Shipwreck Beach, in Greece, is Mrs. Katsilieris' favorite.
Shipwreck Beach, in Greece, is Mrs. Kats’ favorite.

Mrs. Kats loves cooking, gardening and going for walks on the beach. She has been to beaches all over the world, but her favorite is Shipwreck Beach in Zakynthos, Greece. She plans to return there this summer.

Once Mrs. Kats retires, she wants to open a European cafe. Her favorite country to visit is Greece, and she visits all the time. Her favorite food is lobster.

She has been married for 35 years and has three children

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “Mrs. Katsilieris Loves Languages, Dreams of the Beach”

    1. Even the pictures do it no justice! So beautiful there and the people are wonderful. Thanks Peter for writing such a nice article and picking me to write about! Sincerely, Mrs. Katsilieris

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  1. Mrs. Katsilieris brings her love of family, cooking, and the outdoors into her classroom and shares her wonderful insights with her friends, colleagues and students all the time!

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