Meet Jerome Boron
After visiting Stary Sacz, Poland in 1992 Frank and Jerome S. Boron were inspired to establish American Educators for Poland, an educational organization
ELYRIA, OH, December 19, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Jerome S. Boron, Director of the American Educators for Poland, has been recognized by Worldwide Who's Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in education directorship.
After visiting Stary Sacz, Poland in 1992 Frank and Jerome S. Boron were inspired to establish American Educators for Poland, an educational organization. Celebrating 20 years in the summer of 2012, American Educators for Poland continues to provide English classes for Polish youths through two main programs: The Frank J. Boron American Language School and the Elyria Exchange Program. Over the past two decades, more than 3,500 children have enjoyed spending several weeks of summer vacation learning English from over 250 volunteer teachers at the Frank J. Boron American Language School.
As the director of American Educators for Poland, Ms. Boron ensures that classes are flowing, administers placement tests for students, and teaches English classes to Polish-speaking students. She is also charged with recruiting volunteers. She began her teaching career after earning a bachelor's degree in education from Kent State University in 1972, graduating cum laude. Upon graduation, she started working as a physical education teacher with St. Mary's Elementary and Middle School. She then moved on to teach several different classes, including history and mathematics. After serving for 35 years, she retired from St. Mary's. She now looks forward to expanding the reach of American Educators for Poland each year to include more children in the different programs, thereby continuing to succeed in its goal of educating Poland's youths.
A member of the American Polish Cultural Center, Ms. Boron was given the Silver Apple Award by the Stary Sącz Polish Administration in 2009 for devoting time to students in Poland. She also supports the Polish American Cultural Club, the Cleveland Orchestra and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
For more information about American Educators for Poland, visit http://www.americaneducatorsforpoland.org
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