Ms. Marguerite Wolfe
I am so excited to be here at OLM where I can blend my love for teaching with my Catholic faith! My name is Marguerite Wolfe and I have been a teacher for more than 20 years. I grew up in Moorpark and attended La Reina High School in Thousand Oaks. I graduated from California Lutheran University with a BA in Spanish and received my multiple-subject teaching credential from National University. I have taught all levels including preschool to adult in both public and private schools. It seems I have always been a teacher, starting as an assistant in my mother's 4th grade classroom, teaching Spanish classes at a parks and recreation program while pursuing my education, and serving as a Sunday School teacher while my own children were growing up. As OLM's sixth grade homeroom teacher, I assist students with the transition from elementary school to the higher-level expectations of middle school. We work on organization, responsibility, and accountability to become better citizens and better students. As a puzzle and riddle enthusiast, who loves the intricacies of language, I'm lucky to also teach math and English here at OLM. In our classes we celebrate the irrational number of pi and learn about the famous playwright, William Shakespeare. It is a joy to teach at OLM and I welcome you to what we like to call our school, the gem of Malibu.