About Our Teachers
My name is John Borrero, and I am from Colombia, South America. I believe in education because it has transformed my life and opened the doors to different experiences around the world. I studied and earned my degrees in Colombia, Italy, and the United States.
Prior to my teaching experience at Worthington High School, I worked as on-call interpreter and substitute teacher in District 518. I enjoy learning new languages, history, and other cultures.
I am so excited to be part of such an amazing community. Go Trojans!
I currently teach ninth grade geography. I graduated from SCSU in 1991 with a degree in History. I completed my postgraduate education at NMSU and UTEP. From 1991-1999 I taught sixth grade and middle school social studies in Texas. I have been teaching social studies in District 518 since 1999.
I have had the privilege of teaching U.S. and World History at Worthington High School since 2015. I received my B.A. in Speech Communication and minor in History from the University of Minnesota, Morris and my Masters in Education from the University of Sioux Falls. Go Cougars!
Minus a year of teaching International Baccalaureate in the Kingdom of Bahrain, I have spent my entire educational career at ISD518. I have been a paraprofessional, substitute teacher and ESL teacher at the ALC. I also help coach Trojan football and track and field.
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My name is Nicole Meile-Anderson, I teach various social studies courses at Worthington High School. My family moved to Minnesota in January of 2019, we love what Minnesota has to offer! I graduated from Augustana University with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Secondary Education. Before teaching in Worthington I taught social studies for 11 years in an alternative high school in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. I was fortunate to join the Worthington High School Community in 2019. Some of my favorite things about working with high school students is making meaningful connections and building positive relationships. Go Trojans!
Hello. My name is Austin Nunez and I teach Social Studies here at the High School. I received my Bachelors Degree in Social Science Education and a minor in history from North Dakota State University, Go Bison! Prior to joining ISD 518, I taught fourth grade at Jackson County Central. When I have free time, I enjoy going to school events, watching sports, playing slow-pitch softball in the summer, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. I am so excited to be apart of the ISD 518 family. Go Trojans!
I’m Ms. Wolyniec. I currently teach high school social studies, but I previously taught junior high ESL for four years and 6th grade reading, language arts, and social studies for 23 years here in Worthington. I have degrees in Sociology, Elementary Education, and Secondary Social Studies from Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa. I was a nanny in Washington D.C., taught English in Greece, and worked at a small private boarding school in New Hampshire prior to accepting employment in District 518 in 1995. I have traveled in 40 countries and I love learning about other cultures and meeting people from all over the world. My favorite things to do are working with my students and spending time with my two grown sons.