👋 Hi, I'm Katey Stocum!

I’m a dedicated elementary school teacher with a passion for helping students succeed. This summer, I'm offering personalized tutoring services to help your child achieve their academic goals and overcome the summer slump. I look forward to working with you!
📞 Phone: 607-201-9957
✉️ Email:
My Educational Background
I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Childhood and Special Education from SUNY Geneseo, where I gained extensive experience student teaching in a variety of school settings. This May, I completed my Master's Degree in Literacy (Birth-Grade 6) at Binghamton University. My education has equipped me with the knowledge and skills to create engaging and effective learning experiences for students of all ages.

My Current Teaching Position

I am currently a 1st grade teacher at an elementary school in the Binghamton area. Over the past 2 years, I have developed a comprehensive understanding of the elementary school curriculum and have successfully guided my students to excel in their studies. My goal is to deliver instruction that is continually informed by data to meet my students’ individual needs in a welcoming, encouraging, affirming environment.

Take a Peek Inside My Classroom

I am honored to have been featured as "Teacher of the Week" in a recent news feature by Fox 40 News. If you are looking to gain more of an understanding of my teaching philosophy, you can read the article below:

Tutoring Services Offered

Subjects Covered: Math, Reading, Writing, Science, and more
I specialize in Reading, as I have my Master’s Degree in Literacy
Grade Levels: Kindergarten through 5th grade
Customized Learning Plans: Tailored to meet the unique needs of each student
Flexible Scheduling: Available for morning, afternoon, and evening sessions Monday through Friday
I am willing to travel to your house to provide tutoring services if that is what is best for your family! I charge the hourly rate to accommodate for this travel time.

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