Mrs. Megan Woster has always felt a strong pull toward being in a helping profession. She graduated from the University of Iowa in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. After becoming a special education paraeducator in Iowa, she realized that she had a love for teaching and went back to school to obtain a degree in Education from Upper Iowa University with endorsements in Language Arts and Reading. Mrs. Woster moved to Arizona in 2011 and began working at New Way as a substitute teacher, and then eventually a full-time high school teacher.
Prior to becoming the Director of Transition in 2019, Megan taught high school English and Executive Function. She enjoys incorporating reading comprehension, writing strategies, and executive functioning skills into her Senior CORE lessons. Mrs. Woster is passionate about helping students with learning differences navigate the post-secondary world by learning essential life skills, becoming familiar with disability support services, and understanding how to be their own advocate.
When she’s not at work, she can be found spending time with her husband, and children Hutson & Avery! In her downtime, she enjoys reading, scouring Netflix and Hulu for the latest show to binge-watch, cheering on her beloved Iowa Hawkeyes, and spending time with her fabulous New Way co-workers and friends.