Monica Kerr joined the Sino-Canadian Program in 2011 and is the current English 12 and Learning Support 10-12 teacher. She graduated in 2002 from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Sociology/Anthropology and minoring in Philosophy. She obtained her Bachelor of Education degree in Secondary Education in 2008 from the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Ms. Kerr received her Master’s in Education in Curriculum Studies Specializing in Teaching English Language Learners in 2015 from Mount Saint Vincent University. Before teaching at the Sino-Canadian Program she taught English language learners in Hong Kong and at Wagmatcookey School in Wagmatcook, Nova Scotia.