How would you describe your teaching style? Hello everyone! She has been teaching in the Skills Center since 2019, and has connected a variety of students to local schools for field experiences in her class, and then viable employment and college opportunities. I love to help students with reading, research and information literacy. Attendance: 206-252-6082 Main Office: 206-252-6080 Fax: 206-252-6081 2023-2024 The 2023-24 School Leader Pools for principals and assistant principals are now open! I have one son, like playing sports and enjoy gospel music and other types of music. N-ever give up until this world Just after the start of the millennium, I remembered my destiny and was accepted to Western Washington Universitys Masters in Teaching program at their former Seattle location. Previously, I was an Instructional Technology/Digital Learning Specialist for SPS serving 14 schools (K-12), and before that I taught at Syre Elementary in the Shoreline School District. I have been teaching visual arts for over 20 years. I worked as a Paralegal for 11 years until I became a mom. Biological Sciences, Farm, Conservation, Health, Marine Biology. I've previously taught 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and am currently in 5th grade. I have a degree from the University of Vermont in Elementary Education and Environmental Studies, and this is my fourth year as a Decatur Gator. I have been an occupational therapist since 2016 and earned my master's and clinical doctorate degrees in occupational therapy from the University of Southern California. I have taught K-12 and I enjoy teaching the little kids. When he's not teaching, you can find him on the disc golf course, reading a science fiction novel, or coaching ultimate frisbee. Sam Read I live in Shoreline with my husband, thirteen and eighteen-year old children, a delightful golden retriever and a sassy kitten. The current contract expires August 31. Abromeit, Austin. I graduated with my Masters In Teaching from the University of Washington in 2018. Education: MEd San Jose State University / BA Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, 7047 50th Ave. NE I am a Seattle native, born on Capitol Hill and raised in Wallingford. Internship in 1997. I know how important it is for students education, growth, and safety During my high school years, I gained a reputation for helping my peers succeed in their math classes. I enjoyed the opportunity to teach medical students and junior physicians over the years and ran a private psychiatric practice for over a decade. Why do you teach? As soon as I walked in to Nova, it felt like home. She/Her - Humanities & Ethnic Studies Teacher, Coordinator, Assistant Principal & 504 Building Coordinator, 2410 E Cherry St. Upon receiving a Master in Teaching from Seattle University, I started my career in Northshore School District in 2010 and made the exciting jump to Seattle Public School in 2018-19 school year. I have been teaching at the Seattle World School for 17 years. Main Office: 206-252-3500, Northwest Coast Art by Andrea Wilbur-Sigo, Squaxin/Skokomish, Continuous School Improvement Plan and School Profile. I am dad to a terrific, creative, energetic eight year old kiddo. When one change becomes a habit, start another. If weekends dont find us adventuring out on the road, we can usually be found rewatching favorite TV shows on the couch with our cat, Mortimer. I am teaching 1st-5th grade Physical Education and Health. 6208 60th Ave. NE Seattle, WA 98115 Main Office: 206-252-4640 Contact Us. Education, University of California Santa Cruz (Focus on Bilingual, I believe in the power of reading and the power of forcing yourself to speak in front of strangers. And I try to make sure our learning experience is engaging, meaningful, and compelling -- there's so much for us all to learn and do! When I'm not working, I love traveling, rooting for Bay Area sports teams (go Warriors! My husband Kyle and I love to hike, camp, and backpack with our dog, Luigi. Que pena! I have experienced, first-hand, how the power of education can break the cycle of poverty. and ultimately a M.Ed in Secondary Science instruction. Compassionate, radical when needed, traditional when needed. Our world is dominated by unjust systems of power and exploitation that must be confronted, deconstructed, and replaced -- if not, people and communities will continue to face violence and oppression while our society fails to live up to its potential. I am also a .2 literacy specialist where I support students in classrooms with reading and writing. John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence MA in Education from Seattle Pacific University As a half-time counselor, I work one-on-one with students who need extra support, run small groups, and teach classroom lessons on problem solving and SEL (social-emotional learning). I love working at Graham Hill and am the parent of Penny, a Graham Hill 2nd Grader and Jude, downstairs at Kids Co. PreK! In 2015, Chelsea received her Masters Degree in Education from the University of Washington and is currently, a 5th grade teacher at I believe that all students can succeed in their own unique way. I teach Drawing and Painting, AP Studio Art and Ceramics at Lincoln. Octavo ano enseando como profesora de 4 o 5 grado, con 4 aos en Viewlands. J-ourney of learning with and/or What do you hope to influence? Maribel Stephens OOC Director's Assistant (206) 684-0719 Email. Staff Directory Reset Norris, Lorena Bilingual Instr Asst -203/7 Owens, Stephen Parker-McLane, Cheryl Attendance I was raised in Boise, Idaho, completed my undergraduate Psychology degree at Boise State University, completed my school psychology Ed. McDonald International Elementary.