~ Attendance, Licton Springs
Special Education Instructional Assistanthabuesseler@seattleschools.org
Hello! My name is Hannah and I've been in the Seattle area for about 5 1/2 years. I love sparking creative imaginations and helping kids learn new things while having fun! When I'm not at work I enjoy hiking around the beautiful PNW, finding and creating delicious eats, playing soccer, taking photos, and reading a good book with my cat. Education: BS University of North Carolina at Asheville
Instrumental Music Teachercabuie@seattleschools.org
Teacher - K-8 Artamcamber@seattleschools.org
Amy is an artist, a writer, and a former Seattle Public School student. She loves making things with people of all ages and has taught art all around the world! In her free time, you can find her exploring with her family, working in her garden, or cheering loudly for her favorite teams, the OL Reign and Seattle Storm.
Speech Language Pathologistmncharbonnea@seattleschools.org
I have been a school-based SLP since 2012. I spent my first five years in Federal Way Public Schools supporting middle school students, served as an SLP department lead for the district, and coached track and gymnastics. Eventually the commute became too much, so I decided to join the team at Seattle Public Schools, where I’ve supported students ages 3-21 at a variety of schools since 2017. My favorite part of my job is finding ways to make speech fun, building relationships, and that moment where something clicks for a student. When I’m not at school, I enjoy hiking, backpacking, paddle boarding, seeing live music and Sounders matches, knitting, caring for my indoor plants, and relaxing with a good book and my cat.
Elementary Music Teacher EIM Stringsjechi@seattleschools.org
I'm delighted to go on this
J-ourney of learning with
E-veryone who comes to my classroom. We will
O-vercome challenges and
N-ever give up until this world
G-ets better because of you and me!
Education: MEd San Jose State University / BA Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Instructional Asst. / Special Educationapclausen@seattleschools.org
Developmental Pre K Teachervedvorak@seattleschools.org
Hi, I'm Veronika!
I graduated from UW with my Masters in teaching in 2015. I believe that I have the BEST job in the world and that ALL kids are GOOD kids. Our classroom is our community.... we all deserve a place where we can feel safe, learn, belong and experience JOY everyday! When I am not at school you might find me walking my dog Wendell, hanging out by the water, skiing down a mountain or listening to live music with friends!
Education: MIT University of Washington / BA Vanguard University
Xena is coming to Licton Springs from Salmon Bay K-8, where she taught 4th grade for 8 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree at Naropa University where she studied creative process and performance. Her educational journey includes working as a SPED IA, Preschool Teacher, Reading Specialist and Camp Director. She loves project based learning and Social Studies. She lives in Columbia City with her youngest child, who is starting high school this year, and too many pets.
Special Education Instructional Assistantmvessad@seattleschools.org
My weekdays are spent working with Developmental Pre-L Program through 8th grade students at Licton Springs K-8. This is my 4th year at the school. It's a great community of staff and students. I really enjoy working with children of all ages. My path as an educator started with teaching music at the pre-school level which eventually led to tutoring K-6 ELL students and now focuses on Special Education.
Outside of school, my time is often spent baking/cooking, reading, outdoor activities (walking our dog to riding my bike), musical performances playing international folk music and best of all, spending time with my family.
Education: MFA California College of the Arts
I help students with speech-language impairments improve their communication.
I am excited to join the Green Lake community this year!
Hi, I'm Em, your school counselor! As your counselor, I work on your behalf to best serve YOU! I've been a middle school counselor and middle school teacher for the past ten years. I feel so fortunate to be doing my dream job in my dream school! In my free time, I love eating tacos and dumplings, being outside, and teaching my rescue dog Lenny new tricks. Education: MEd & BPA Texas State University
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I was born and raised in Seattle, headed to college in CA, and lived in Brazil in 2012 before coming back to my favorite city. I love most sports (Go Sounders!) and am impatiently waiting for when Seattle gets an NBA team back. You might find me outside of school running, going to concerts, or tending to my 10+ cactus!
Teacher - PEjlhaugen@seattleschools.org
Greetings, my name is Jamie Haugen and I am so excited to be your K-8 Physical Education and Health teacher here at Licton Springs! I was born and raised in Mukilteo, WA and reside currently in Lynnwood with my partner and two children (18 and 13). I love spending time with my family, learning new things, sunshine, water, sports, camping, hiking, boating, music, weightlifting, seafood, and the Seahawks! I look forward to building a collaborative joyous community with you all.
Education: B.S in Health and Wellness from Kaplan University, MIT at Seattle Pacific University, MLL Seattle University. Endorsement in Corrective exercise through NASM.
Hensel, Taylor M
Kelsey Hoffman, Special Education Teacher: Kelsey is joining the Licton Springs community this year. She has been a Special Education teacher for ten years. She is from San Diego, California, attended Smith College, and began her teaching career in New Orleans where she was a founding team member of the New Orleans Threptic Day Program. She is a Master of Education candidate at the University of Washington College of Education where she continues to research best practices in teaching and learning strategies for students in Special Education focusing on Universal Design for Learning and inclusive practices. She is joining us from Robert Eagle Staff Middle School where she taught Social Emotional Learning courses.
Kelsey is a long distance and ultra-marathon runner, rock climber and dog mom. This summer she competed in several races, including the San Francisco Marathon, culminating with her completing the Squamish 50/50, running 50 miles followed by 50 kilometers in a single weekend. She is training for the Mountain Lakes 100-mile race in September. Her favorite training partner is her dog, Bodoque. Most weekends they can be found running and climbing off Exit 32.
Education: University of Washington (BA); Western Washington University (MEd)
Administrative Secretary, Attendancecljohnson@seattleschools.org
I have been working in the office at Licton Springs for 10+ years, and was a parent here for several years before that. Before I began working in the school office, I worked as a medical receptionist for 10 years. I am the mother of 3 and grandmother of 2. In my free time I like to be crafty, I always have a crochet project (or 2) in process, I am a non-skating referee for a local roller derby league, and I like playing games; from classic board games to D&D to video games like Animal Crossing and Tetris.