Gerber, Cara


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All about Mrs. Gerber

Hello!  I am very excited to be working at Lancaster Central Elementary School. I am a former Norwell graduate and attended Lancaster Central when I was in elementary school. I graduated from Ball State University with a degree in Exercise Science.  I then decided to return to school to obtain my masters in Mild Interventions with licensure after subbing and becoming a paraprofessional in a special needs classroom.  I received my Master’s in Education from the University of Saint Francis. I began my teaching career as a paraprofessional at Lancaster Central Elementary. My first full time classroom teaching job was at Bellmont High School. After a year there, I moved on to East Allen County Schools where I taught at Heritage Jr/Sr High school for 5 years then Heritage Elementary for 6 years. In 2017, I decided to join the Lancaster Special Education team.  I also broght my children to Northern Wells with me!  Northern Wells Community Schools is a districted dedicated to their students, parents, and staff members and I am proud to be a part of this education system. 

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