My name is Jennifer Ingerick-Outman. I live in Wellsboro with my two children, Nathaniel and Nicholas and husband, Mr. Outman. Yes, the same Mr. Outman that used to be the Physical Education teacher here at RLBMS. I have two australian sheperds named Roca and Mazi, which keep me very busy and always want to play, and I can’t forget to mention my adorable cat, Pebbles. I love to read, travel, workout, and spend time with my family. A passion and interest of mine is being involved with supporting the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and volunteering in our community.
I moved to Wellsboro in 1991. Before moving here, I lived and grew up in Up State New York in a town called Canton. I attended Potsdam University, where I received my degree in elementary education. I then obtained my Masters in education from Wilkes University.
I love working with children and can’t imagine doing anything else. I started off babysitting during high school, then to aide work for B.O.C.E.S. during the summer and while in college. I taught for Head Start, worked for Tioga County Human Services as a Wrap Around for at risk children, was a substitute teacher, and taught in the Elmira School District for two years.
I resigned from Northern Tioga School District to obtain this fifth grade teaching position. I taught at NTSD for six years. While there, I taught fourth grade, sixth grade, and a specialized Title 1 Reading program. I sometimes ask myself if there is anything else I am going to teach, but quickly realize I am better off not knowing. As you can clearly see, I have revolved my entire life to children and plan to continue to do so for approximately 12 more years. OH NO!!
I am looking forward to a fantastic year with a great group of kids! Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have a question,concern, or would like to help out in the classroom. I have an open door policy. I am here to help and meet the needs of your child.