Suber's long journey brings her to glenelg
by: Aleena Khan, Mack Leach and Riley Suszkiw
Mrs. Sandra Suber came all the way from Kingston, Jamaica to eventually become Glenelg's newest assistant principal.
Born in Jamaica, Suber moved to Baltimore County when she was six, and has spent her time in Maryland ever since.
Suber has been in education for around 26 years. Her inspiration to go into education, specifically student counseling, started when she was enrolled in the child care program at Western High School in Baltimore. After finishing high school, she enrolled at Towson University where she completed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees, majoring in psychology and counseling.
Following a long educational journey, with stops recently as assistant principal at Centennial and Long Reach High Schools, Suber said she is more than thrilled to land at Glenelg.
"I am very excited to be at Glenelg because the population and the dynamic is so pleasant," she said. “My favorite thing is in the morning when I’m greeting the kids, all the parents wave. It's just a great way to start the day!"
Suber said she is hoping to bring many of her skills to the Glenelg community and is looking forward to getting to know all of the students.
Even though she doesn’t watch many sports outside of Glenelg’s, she watches many action movies to match the thrill. Like many students, Suber finds much joy in watching Marvel movies in her free time.
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