Meet Mr. Nicholas Magyar
Always optimistic and enthusiastic, Mr. Magyar is a natural in the classroom. His easy going nature and ability to foster a sense of trust with his students allow him to create strong relationships with each student encouraging them to succeed. In addition to his experience as an elementary school teacher, both in public and private schools, Mr. Magyar coached college basketball for four years.
What I do
I teach fifth grade boys secular studies and challenge them every day to be the best version of themselves. In my role, I take pride in fostering a safe and trustworthy community.
How I make a difference at YTCTE
My goal is to empower students every day. I am not only an educator for these students, I am a role model, and hopefully a mentor, down the road.
My favorite part about what I do
The most rewarding part of what I do is working with the future generation. I get excited each day knowing that I will be seeing “my kiddos” and guiding them on their path to success.
I find teaching truly rewarding and immediately felt drawn to Dr. Berman and his staff here at YTCTE. However, my most rewarding experience in my life thus far was donating bone marrow to a 14 year old boy with leukemia in Iowa seven years ago and meeting him and his family a year and a half later.