~ Attendance, Rainier View
Teacher— Instrumental Musicacbaughman@seattleschools.org
My 2022–23 school schedule:
Second Grade Teacherscbryan@seattleschools.org
Special Education Teachernhbyers@seattleschools.org
Fourth Grade Teacherjsdiaz@seattleschools.org
Fourth/Fifth Grade Teacheraadunn@seattleschools.org
I grew up in Savannah, GA. I still have family there. I love to play sports, especially sand volleyball and tennis. I learned how to sail on a small pond. I also read every book that interested me. I was a Boy Scout and earned the Eagle rank. I love the outdoors, especially roaring waterfalls and swift rivers! I moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington (Go Huskies!). It was in college where I learned that I wanted to become a teacher. I love working with students! I earned a teacher certificate and a Master in Education. I have taught students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade, both in private and public schools. This is my fifteenth year in education (Wow!). I am honored to be at Rainier View Elementary. I believe it is important for learning to be meaningful and applicable.
Third Grade Teacherkwegolf@seattleschools.org
Flores Montero, Laura
First Grade Teacherjmhuyck@seattleschools.org
Principal & 504 Building Coordinator, Homeless Program/McKinney Vento Program Building firstname.lastname@example.org
Specialist Comm Disorderrakorala@seattleschools.org
This is my fifth year being a speech therapist at Graham Hill Elementary and it is my favorite school that I have worked at because of the students and staff! I love being a speech therapist and helping students find the best way to communicate. Some particular parts of my job I love are seeing students interact with each other in social groups, pushing into the classroom to see them apply what they have learned in our sessions, and how excited students get when they master a tricky sound! In my free time I love to hang out with my husband, Ashan and our two little kids Ayaan (3yo) and Aila (2yo). We love to go on nature walks, play basketball, and do fun science experiments. I also love to bake and love to try new foods! I am so happy to be at Graham Hill again and cannot wait to see everyone from our community again! <3
Emmy Misner loves teaching upper elementary and has taught 3rd, 4th and 5th graders in her over 20 years in the classroom. Emmy grew up in California in a small rural town called Clarksburg which is located along the Sacramento River. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Psychology and double minored in Education and Ethnic Studies. She earned her teaching credential from San Francisco State University and her Masters in Education in Educational Technology from Leslie University. In addition, Emmy earned her Library Media Endorsement from Central Washington University. Emmy started working for the Seattle Public Schools in 2009 and has loved every minute of serving the Magnolia community. She’s a strong believer that high expectations lead to students accomplishing more than they realized they could and with achievement comes confidence. When not working, Emmy enjoys reading, attending musicals, tinkering on her computer, and spending time with her family which includes two teenagers, a husband, and her cute dog, Winston.