Studies, Grades 9-12


Total years as a classroom teacher:


American International College             Doctorate of Education                         2014

Central Connecticut State
University     Master of Arts degree                           2008

University of Hartford                          Master of Education
degree                   2004

Eastern Connecticut State
University     Bachelor of Arts degree                        1997


1998 to present                         9-12 grade Social
Studies                                  Berlin
High School

1997-1998                               7- 8 grade History, Reading                               Holy Cross School


2017                Connecticut Council for the
Social Studies Addazio Award

2014                Lowell Milken Center for Unsung
Heroes Fellow

2012                National Council for the Social
Studies Secondary Social Studies Teacher of the Year

2012                Connecticut Teacher of the Year

2011                U.S. Department of State
Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program: Ghana

2004                Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher
Program to Japan

2000                Fulbright-Hays Summer Seminars
Abroad: Egypt and Israel

  • Dr. Bosso believes that,
    “Encouraging students to become more aware of the world around them, to realize
    and appreciate multiple sides to every story and every issue, and to begin to
    get a better sense of their potential as global citizens, are fundamental to the
    work we do as educators.”
  • Dr. Bosso emphasizes that, “Good teachers are driven by a
    sense of moral purpose, and they have a keen appreciation for the difference
    they can make in students’ lives….They know that many times, it is paying
    attention to the little things that will pay important relational dividends —
    and this can mean the world to some students.”