About Mrs. Trescavage
The 2014/2015 school year was Mrs. Jessica Trescavage’s first year as the high school learning support teacher at Riverside Jr.-Sr. High School. Prior to teaching at Riverside, Mrs. Trescavage spent over seven years as the autistic support teacher in the Western Wayne School District.
Mrs. Trescavage graduated from Riverside in 2002. She went on to attend Marywood University, graduating cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in both Elementary and Special Education in 2007. While at Marywood, Mrs. Trescavage earned the Margaret Ruddy Dougherty Award for Academic Excellence in Special Education. She has received her Master's Degree from Wilkes University in Classroom Technology. In addition to teaching at Riverside, Mrs. Trescavage has been an adjunct professor at Marywood University since fall of 2014.
In 2010, Mrs. Trescavage married her husband, Jamie (Mr. Trescavage). She has three children, Natalie, Brooklynn, and Maddox, a big, furry bernadoodle named Marvel, and two cats, Loki and Gizmo. Mrs. Trescavage's hobbies include reading, dancing, and gardening. She also loves pink Starbursts and Starbucks coffee.