Principal of Elementary School
Khawla Asmar has been in the education field for almost 2 decades. She has been a classroom teacher, a subject teacher and is currently a school administrator. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from New Jersey State University, is a certified teacher, and earned a Master’s Degree from UW-Milwaukee in Educational Leadership. Mrs. Asmar is an avid reader and a life long learner.
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "God, His angels and all those in Heavens and on Earth, even ants in their hills and fish in the water, call down blessings on those who instruct others in beneficial knowledge." - Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 422
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Sue Shalaby/ Resource Teacher
Sue Shalaby has been a teacher for over 20 years in the field of special education, obtaining her degree from UW- Whitewater. She is licensed as a Cross-Categorical teacher in Wisconsin. Since joining the Salam staff in 2008, Sue has had different assignments. She enjoys working with her students and helping them achieve success. In her free time she enjoys scrapbooking, caring for her pets, and being outdoors. Her daughter will graduate from Salam High School a member of the class of 2017 and pursue a degree in nursing.
“Teaching children is an accomplishment; getting children excited about learning is an achievement.”
Robert John Meehan
Teacher: Grade 1
Linda Muszytowski has been an educator for more than thirty years. She holds a dual Bachelor's degree in CD, LD and general education, a Masters degree in Reading and a Ph. D. in curriculum and instruction from Cardinal Stritch University.
Since 2002 Linda Muszytowski has been a child-centered educator that supports students’ academic, social and emotional development at Salam School. In her free time Linda relaxes on her patio, reading new educational programs that she shares with other teachers at Salam School and throughout the teaching community. She enjoys spending time with her six grandchildren and walking on the Fox River Walking Trails admiring God's creation.
Teacher: Grade 5
Nastasja Ouellette-Hamoudeh is presently the teacher for 5th Grade A at Salam School. This is her third year as a teacher, and her third year at Salam School as well. She has a Bachelor of Arts in South Asian Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Master of Arts in Teaching from National-Louis University. She is also pursuing a Master of Arts in Second Languages and Literacy from Cardinal Stritch University.
She is the parent of both a third grade and a seventh grade student at Salam School and is deeply committed to making Salam School a place where children will excel both academically and as Muslims.
Teacher: Grade 5
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Teacher: Grade 5
Christine has been a teacher at Salam Elementary School since 2011. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Western Governor’s University, and has earned teacher certifications from the states of Missouri, Utah, and Wisconsin.
Her previous teaching experience includes a year of teaching fifth grade at the Al Salam Day School in Manchester, Missouri, a year of substitute teaching in St. Louis, Missouri & student teaching assignments at New City School in St. Louis, Missouri which is a school based on the multiple intelligences theories of Howard Gardner. She also operated an in-home Day Care facility following the birth of her son Jordan-Ahmed in 2001.
Christine is truly honored to be a member of the Salam School family, helping to guide the lives of children both academically and spiritually.
Assistant: 5th Grade
Lateefah Abdullah has been with Salam School since 2003. She has been an assistant for K4 and K5. She also taught K4 for two years. She is now a teacher’s assistant for K 5. She home-schooled her children for 10 years. She also operated an in-home day care center for 3 years.
Teacher: Grade 4
Dallal Qoraan is currently a fourth grade teacher at Salam school. She earned her B.A. in Language and Literary Studies from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. Her teaching philosophy revolves around the belief that teachers and parents are in a cooperative venture to do what is best for each child. She views her teaching job as a serious responsibility and will work hard at giving your child the greatest educational opportunities possible. She looks forward to a fabulous, fun, and productive school year.
Teacher : Grade 4
Amal Sarsour has been teaching for 25 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and ESL. Currently, she is a homeroom teacher. Sr. Amal is a strong advocate of practical teaching and learning. She believes that learning is a life experience; by laying the foundation of strong education and faith, we shall deliver good citizens who are ready to lead and serve their community and humanity at large.
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “Acquire knowledge. It enables its possessor to distinguish right from wrong; it lightens the way to Heaven; it is our friend in the desert, our society in solitude, our companion when friendless; it guides us to happiness; it sustains us in misery; it is an ornament among friends, and an armor against enemies”.
Teacher: Grade 4
Noor Jubeh is currently a fourth grade homeroom teacher. She graduated from Birzeit University where she achieved her bachelor’s degree in Biology. She believes that, “A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind, and touches a heart”, and because of this, loves being a teacher. She uses various teaching methods that include integration and constructive learning to reinforce students with the ability to analyze information in an easier, yet memorable way. She hopes to be a great contribution to this community.
Assistant: Grade 3
Sr. Marina Zouaghi earned her bachelor’s degree in International Business and Management with a support in Spanish Language and Cultures in 2013 from Alverno College. She studied international business abroad at Ipag-École Supérieure de Commerce in Paris, France the same year. She served as a college level ESL tutor and has experience working with elementary and middle school children at a school daycare. She has worked and volunteered in the Muslim community for the past three years. Sr. Marina is enrolled at Alverno College and plans to continue her studies in the fall of 2017. She will pursue a teaching license and a Masters of Education degree. She is married and has a son. Sr. Marina is excited to work with the Muslim youth of the Greater Milwaukee area.
Middle and High Staff