Meet Our Teachers

Lisa Korske|Preschool

Best part of my job:
The unique social moments with the children at breakfast and lunch.
Hobbies:
Traveling, exploring New England, going for runs and walks
AT GISB SINCE:
2019

Lisa Korske|Preschool

Teaching in a bilingual early-childhood classroom means encouraging children to learn a new language while having lots of fun.

Lisa was born and raised close to the city of Koblenz, Germany. She moved to the USA in 2018 and lives here with her husband, who is from the Boston area. Lisa is a food enthusiast who loves cooking and baking traditional German food, but also likes to try out new recipes. Lisa calls GISB a great place to work – the school offers a friendly atmosphere between teachers, parents and students that creates a real sense of community.

Eric Bartolotti|After School Program

The best part of my job:
All the quotable lines!
Hobbies:
Biking, linguistics, card games
AT GISB SINCE:
2017

Eric Bartolotti|After School Program

I expect the unexpected from students...and still get pleasantly surprised.

Eric holds an MA from the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences and teaches in GISB’s After School Program. He is fluent in German, English, and Arabic and enjoys integrating storytelling, games and music into the ASP program wherever possible. When he isn’t teaching, he is probably reading, biking, or translating poetry.

Clotilde Raemy-Gardner|French Teacher

Best part of my job:
Watching the students come alive when they are immersed in the French language and the culture. 
Hobbies:
Endless Scrabble games in German, French and English
At GISB Since:
2004

Clotilde Raemy-Gardner|French Teacher

Building meaningful relationships with students over the years and watching them grow bring continual joy to me.

Clotilde has been teaching French at GISB since 2004 and calls the school her (second) home. Throughout those years, she has been fortunate enough to witness our school and students grow and evolve, from preschool to Grade 12. Clotilde’s hometown is Fribourg, Switzerland, where she was raised and later studied at the University, receiving her degree in German and French. She is also fluent in English and Swiss German (which exposes her as a language nerd). She has been residing outside of Boston for the last 33 years enjoying the European flair that Boston has to offer.

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