Teacher Kym has a BA and BS from Washington State University and was a KCP mother before accepting the Group I teaching position. After substitute teaching for a few years at KCP, she became a full-time teacher in the fall of 2009.
An accomplished artist, Kym created murals on the walls of the preschool that are enjoyed by everyone. Teacher Kym also teaches two classes at Lake Washington Toddler Group. Her son is pursuing his studies at WSU following her footsteps while her daughter recently graduated from high school and is pursuing further studies locally while she explore her next move.
“The lucky family that enrolls at KCP receives support, encouragement, and a wonderful sense of family as well as a strong bond with their community.”
Teacher Amanda has a BA in Education from Central Washington University and a minor in Early Childhood Education with an emphasis in Special Education. She has a MA in Literacy from City University. She has a current teaching certificate and her work experience includes 20+ years in the Lake Washington School District teaching all grades from K-3rd.
Amanda was a KCP Mom prior to becoming a substitute teacher for a few years at KCP. Her oldest daughter attended all three KCP groups and her youngest daughter attended Group III in 2021-2022. Beginning in the fall of 2022, she will be the full time teacher for Group II.
Amanda volunteers at her children’s schools as PTSA President, classroom volunteer, and Art Docent. In her spare time, she enjoys crafting and card making. She stays busy with her family, dogs, camping and enjoying the outdoors.
“My family LOVES KCP. So much so, I am staying on to teach even though my children have graduated to elementary school.”
Teacher Amy received her BA in Education from Western Washington University and a minor in Psychology with an emphasis in child development. She has a current teaching certificate, and her work experience includes teaching kindergarten, first grade, and literacy support.
All three of Teacher Amy’s children attended KCP between 2006 and 2012. Amy also served on the KCP board from 2007 to 2011 as a registrar and parent leader. She started substitute teaching Group III in September 2013 and was hired as the permanent Group III teacher in November 2013. She also volunteers at her children's schools as PTSA Vice President, classroom volunteer, and art docent.
"KCP gives families the wonderful opportunity to be involved in their children's first school and to be surrounded by a caring community of teachers and other parents. As a former kindergarten teacher, I am confident that KCP's developmentally appropriate and play-based program prepares children well for kindergarten."