Savannah Lodge-Scharff

About Savannah Lodge-Scharff

Savannah Lodge-Scharff is a high-school physics teacher in the Boston Public Schools. She is originally from Maine, completing her undergraduate degree in physics from Colby College, and her Master of Science in Teaching from the University of Maine, where she met her husband, Alex. She began teaching in Massachusetts in 2014, after spending a year in outreach education at the Museum of Science in Boston. Her professional interests include project-based learning, restorative justice, trauma-informed practices, and technology integration. Her personal interests include visiting micro-breweries and following New England sports teams. She currently lives in Roxbury with her husband and two dogs, Pythagoruff (Pi) and Schrodingerrr (Rho).