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Todd Feitelson

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • Where did you attend college?

    I earned my B.A. in mathematics from Hamilton College and my M.S.T. (Masters of Science for Teachers) from the University of New Hampshire.
  • What courses do you teach on campus?

    I teach mathematics including algebra, algebra honors, and AP calculus.
  • What other roles do you have on campus?

    I coach girls junior varsity soccer and boys junior varsity hockey. I am also an advisor, which I enjoy because I get to work with individual students closely throughout their Millbrook journey.
  • What might your students be surprised to learn about you?

    They might be surprised to learn that prior to coming to Millbrook I worked in St. Croix as a teacher. This was actually my first teaching job and where I discovered it was something I liked doing. While pursuing my undergraduate degree, I knew that I liked mathematics but was not sure what to do with that professionally. Upon leaving St. Croix and discovering my love for teaching, I started working at Millbrook and have been here ever since. I actually flew to Millbrook for some interviews while still working in St. Croix.
  • What students say about Mr. Feitelson:

    "What I enjoy most about being in Mr. Feitelson's class is that his passion for the subject is obvious. He shared his perspective about the material while still respecting the way the students think about it. I also appreciate that he explains it fully. If I'm confused, he always takes the time to see how I would get confused and then he explains absolutely everything." - Isabella Buccellati '16

    "I really like how he used different teaching methods to ensure that we fully understand the material. He also always makes sure to explain things in different ways." - Abby Sanford '16
    • While pursuing my undergraduate degree in mathematics I was not sure what I wanted to do with it professionally post graduation. Once I discovered that I enjoyed teaching I came to Millbrook, and I've been here ever since.