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Meet the CALS Teachers

Chelsey Henry

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Rebecca Bossalina

Ms. BossalinaI was born and raised in the Baltimore area.  I graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Teaching.   I have been a Special Education Teacher for Baltimore County since 2013.  Other ways that I have expanded my experience with children who have special needs is when I volunteered for the Special Olympics.  I am an eternal optimist and strive to understand each student’s individual learning style and pace.  And, I find it rewarding to work diligently with my school team and parents to provide the best possible opportunities for each student’s success.  I am very happy to be working with the supportive and positive people at Timonium Elementary.



Rachel Bradik

I was raised in Harford County and have lived Ms. Sochurekthere most of my life. Since I was very young, I knew I wanted to be a teacher. I taught preschool in Harford County for a couple years then decided that I wanted to dedicate my career to working with children with special needs. I moved on to teaching for a BCPS literacy program that included ESOL students and children with special needs. Shortly afterwards, I graduated from Towson University with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Special Education. In 2016, I started working at Timonium Elementary and absolutely love it!


Lora Rendulich-Klipper

Ms. RendulichI’ve been teaching in Intermediate CALS classroom at Timonium since the 1997-98 school year.  It’s been a fabulous learning experience to teach students with such diverse needs while keeping up with the latest research and strategies in the field of autism.  Of course, I’ve learned the most from my students over the years since each student has unique needs and learning styles.  I grew up in Western Pennsylvania and attended the University of Pittsburgh (so please forgive my Steelers jerseys…it’s just in my blood).  I decided to become a teacher after working on a research project in education and a group home while working on my Bachelors in Science.  I then went on to receive my Special Education certification and Masters in Education at the University of Pittsburgh. I moved to Baltimore after accepting a teaching position at Duckworth School in Prince George’s County.  Since I enjoyed living in the Baltimore area, I decided to live and teach in Baltimore County and have been here ever since!  I couldn’t be happier with my decision to teach in such a supportive and wonderful school like Timonium Elementary!