Señora Wroblewski began teaching at Huron in 2016. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2013 with degrees in Spanish and Psychology. While at the University of Michigan she was an orientation leader, worked for the Center for Educational Outreach, and played clarinet in the Michigan Marching Band. She also had the opportunity to study abroad in Salamanca, Spain. She previously taught Spanish for three years at the middle and high school level in Plymouth-Canton. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Foreign Language Teaching through Michigan State University. Sra. Wroblewski loves exploring new cultures and languages with her students and teaching them strategies to communicate in real-life situations with native speakers.
In her spare time Sra. Wroblewski enjoys reading, swimming, playing clarinet, practicing karate, and traveling. She also loves spending time with her husband, Kevin, and border collie, Luna.