Amy Sorrentino earned her B.A. in Adolescent Mathematics Education from Canisius College and her M.S. from Buffalo State College in Multidisciplinary Studies. Mrs. Sorrentino currently teaches Algebra 2 Regents and Precalculus at Amherst High School. As an Erie Community College Advanced Studies Instructor, her Precalculus students have the opportunity to earn college course credit. She has been the Red Cross Club advisor for 12 years and loves working with students outside of class to host blood drives for students and staff. Recently, she began an annual STEM Career Day to introduce and help students explore a variety of careers in STEM and was recognized as the Teacher of the Month for her efforts. Mrs. Sorrentino was also voted, by students, as the "Most Enthusiastic Teacher". Mrs. Sorrentino was a panel member in a recent summit held by New York State United Teachers regarding the teacher shortage in NYS. Amy is a member of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Amy is eager to apply her newfound knowledge, from the Master Teacher Program, to benefit the students in the district she has loved for 14 years. When she's not a mathlete, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and kids.