Mrs. Steuer


All About Me

Welcome to Room 39!

I am so excited you will be joining me in this journey. This is my seventh year teaching, and I absolutely love it! It is the best job in the world.

I was born and raised in Fox Chase, Philadelphia, PA.
I loved playing all sports as a kid, especially softball.
I graduated from Cardinal Dougherty High School -WE ARE CD!

When I was a teenager, my father opened a Dunkin Donuts' in Northeast Philadelphia. So,it was time to make the donuts'. I worked side by side my family for the next twenty years. Something was always brewing while working with my three sisters, one brother, and my mother and father! And I don't just mean the coffee. I graduated from Holy Family University with my B.A degree. I continued to work in the family business while having a family of my own. My husband and l have three children-Andrew, Breana, and Ethan. After many years of working along side my family, I made the decision to take a break from the business to stay home to raise my children. I love being a MOM! It is one of my greatest accomplishments and truly a special gift.

It was while I was home raising my children, I discovered my true passion. I wanted to work with kids, I wanted to be a teacher. So I headed back to school and I received my certification in Elementary Education.
I moved to Upper Perkiomen 14 years ago and I started a new adventure at Hereford Elementary as a Paraprofessional. I worked with kindergarten and first grade students'. Fast forward, a few years later, I got a position as a fifth grade teacher. Woohoo! I have now been teaching for nine years and LOVE every minute of it. There is nothing more rewarding than teaching fifth grade.

Contact Information

Phone: 215-679-4152

Room 39
Office Hours 8:00-3:30

Special Schedule

Day 1 Gym
Day 2 FlITE
Day 3 Music
Day 4 Art
Day 5 Library
Day 6 Flex

Schedule Team 42

Benchmark Literacy

Reading Olympics 2017-2018

Reading Olympics

Go for the Gold! Read All About it!!!

Do you love to read? Do you want to be part of a team?

Do you love to read? Do you want to be part of a team?

We are excited to begin the Hereford Elementary Reading Olympics program for the 2017-2018 school year. Teams of up to 12 students collectively read the books on the Reading Olympics book list and practice working together as a team to answer questions about those books.

Classroom Rules


Rule #1

Be Responsible

Rule #2

Be Respectful

Rule #3

Be Safe

  • I will try my best at all times
  • I will be responsible for my assignments and my learning

  • I will raise my hand and wait for permission to speak
  • I will follow
  • directions the first time they are given
  • I will respect my classmates personal space, property, feelings, and turn to speak
  • I will be positive
  • I will keep my hands, feet, and objects to myself
  • I will stay seated unless I have permission to leave my seat
  • I will walk at all times




EXPO Markers

1 pack

Glue Sticks

1 pack

Pencils and Erasers

1 box each

Art Smock (oversized t-shirt)


Pencil Pouch (preferably zippered)


Binder (3 inch+)