Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Lisa Tomek
I am a product of our amazing Wheaton schools. I attended Edison Middle School, and Wheaton Central High School. Upon graduation, I attended Eastern Illinois University where I earned my BS degree in Elementary Education. I began my teaching career at Madison Elementary in 1985, where I taught third grade for 5 years, and 5th grade for two years before taking a leave of absence to raise my children who are now 24 and 22. I was involved in a remedial reading program called "Partners in Reading" in St. Charles while I was home with my children, and was working with students in two elementary schools. During this time I developed a great passion for helping struggling students excel in reading. Upon my return to Madison in 2002, I taught 4th grade, and then third grade the following year. I began my MA in Reading Instruction at Aurora University during my second year back, and received my degree in 2005. I continued to teach third grade, and later accepted a reading position in 2010. Overall, I have 22years of teaching experience at Madison, and I am very proud to say that several of my former Madison students are now District 200 educators.
Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Eastern Illinois University
Master's Degree in Reading Instruction from Aurora University
Extensive advanced coursework in the areas of reading, curriculum, and instruction
Last Modified on July 6, 2017