Nancy Mollitor has been the education director at Temple Shalom for the past ten years. She was originally hired by Temple Shalom in 2003 as the Bar/Bat Mitzvah tutor, a role that she still continues to do today.
For the past 12 years she has been and still is a Jewish educator at Temple Beth David in Westwood Ma. where she has taught many different age groups and subjects. She is currently a Bar/Bat Mitzvah tutor there as well. She was also an administrator and teacher for 10 years for the Sharon Chavurah in Sharon MA. Although no longer employed there, she and her husband, Al are active members of the Chavurah as well as the Sharon Area Minyan. She was also program director and leader of the Shabbat morning childrens’ program for Temple Israel in Sharon for several years.
A graduate of Syracuse University with a BS in Biology, Nancy continues to look for ways to increase her knowledge of Judaism as well as ways to improve the quality of Jewish education. She was enrolled in Ulpan for three years, participated in a two year course of study on professional development for Jewish educators (MTEI), completed two years of Me’ah, an adult Jewish learning class, and has attended several CAJE (Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education) week long summer conferences.
Nancy is the mother of two children, Jackie, who is currently a grad student at UC Berkeley working on her MSW degree, and a son, David, who is currently a senior at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Mindy Perry is excited to begin her fifteenth year teaching religious school and her eighth year at Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from Boston University with a focus in social studies curriculum and minors in history and psychology. She went on to receive a Master of General Education degree from Fitchburg State College. Mindy has taught in both private and public school settings before settling into a full time career in retail management. Born and raised in Brockton, MA, she credits her love of Judaics from her strong Jewish upbringing. As a grandchild of Holocaust survivors, Mindy takes great pride in her heritage and loves passing these traditions and learnings down to her students. Mindy proudly attending the JCC Jacob and Rose Grossman Camp in Westwood, MA for eighteen summers, starting as a camper and working up to be an assistant unit head. Mindy currently lives in Stoughton, with her husband, Richard (a Milton native) and their two cats, Buster and Sadie.
Inez Springer is starting her fifth year as a teacher at Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills. She has taught both Kindergarten and First grade during her time here. Prior to her time spent here, she worked in the same capacity at Ahavath Torah Congregation in Stoughton. Inez has her BS in Elementary and Early Childhood Education, as well as a MA in Curriculum and Instruction, both form Lesley College. In addition, she graduated from the Early Childhood Institute at Hebrew College. Her early childhood Judaic experience comes from her 12 years experience as a Preschool Director at the Newton JCC and 2 years at Shaloh House Preschool and Kindergarten in Stoughton as the school director. Currently she works in a family childcare system as an Early Childhood Specialist serving at risk and low-income families and children, and family childcare providers. Inez loves working with children and their diverse abilities and experiences. Inez lives in Stoughton with her two children and dog.