Mrs. Bennett teaches kindergarten. Two unique facts about her are... she has no middle name and always wanted one.... and she is a registered Sioux Indian from South Dakota.
She has loved being a mentor to many student teachers from WSU, which is also her alma mater. Mrs. Bennett is married and has 4 children of her own. One day she hopes to have a grandchild or two.
Mrs. Bennett has been teaching kindergarten at Jefferson for many years and plans to stay for a few more. She really loves to watch how the students grow and change during the kindergarten year. "I love being a part of their learning! I have always liked the creative part of teaching too. I wake up in the middle of the night thinking about what the students and I are going to do the next school day!"
Hi! My name is Lindsey Wright and have taught both third and first grade in Lighthouse. I graduated with honors in 2010 from Washington State University (GO COUGS!) and have been located here at Jefferson ever since. In 2016, I continued my education and obtained my Master of Science in Literacy.
When I am not in the classroom, I enjoy spending time with my baby daughter, family, friends, and Olive, my black lab. Going to movies and shopping are activities I never say no to.
My favorite things about teaching at Jefferson are Spirit Friday's and the wonderful community surrounding this high achieving school. If I could give one piece of advice to students, it would be to give 100% effort, 100% of the time!
Ms. Lemkau has been teaching since 1995 and received her Master of Arts in Teaching in 2003. Since coming to Lighthouse in 1999, she has taught kindergarten, first grade, third grade, and currently teaches second grade. Professionally, she has critiqued books and lessons for a book company, and has been on the school leadership team.
A Washington State transplant from the midwest, she enjoys crossfit, activities with her child, and reading anything she can get her hands on.
"My number one passion is learning. I believe that there is nothing more valuable in life than education, and it is this belief that lead to a profession in education. "
Greetings! My name is Rebecca Camp and I have been teaching at Jefferson Elementary since 2006. This year I am teaching 3rd grade in our Lighthouse Community. I have taught every grade level at Jefferson either in the traditional classroom or in the computer lab. I completed my Master of Teaching Degree at the University of Washington and I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Human Development from California State University, Hayward.
When I am not teaching I spend most of my time with my family- outdoors if possible. My family includes my husband Scott, daughter Sienna, and my son Marcus. Both Sienna and Marcus are also students in the co-op. We love riding bikes, going to parks and museums, doing art and puzzles, and of course reading!
I love being part of the Jefferson Lighthouse community because the students, families, and staff truly care about making our school a safe, exciting, and engaging place to learn! My advice to our students is to always put forth your best effort in everything you do!
To contact me: email@example.com or Classroom (425) 385-7442
I have been teaching in the Lighthouse program since 2015 and previously taught 9 years in the Snohomish School District, working with 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. I chose to come to Lighthouse because I believe in the cooperative model, and see the benefit of having parents so closely engaged in their children's school experience. I greatly enjoy teaching all of the subjects, and work hard to integrate lessons as much as possible. We do a great deal of reading and writing in the classroom, often focusing on social studies and science topics. I have 4 children - two grown and two school-age children who are in the co-op.
Since earning her undergraduate degree and credential from the University of Southern California, Mrs. Roach has been teaching in some form or another for almost twenty years. She has taught 3rd, 4th, 5th, and intermediate grades. A highlight of her career was teaching english to adults. They surprised her one day by pooling their money together to buy her a new suit. Then they piled everyone in the car and drove her out to a lobster dinner...in Puerto Nuevo, Mexico!! Some things she enjoys are: reading with her students, teaching social studies, and project-based learning. Mrs. Roach also holds a Master's degree in education and recently returned to her Trojan Family at USC to receive a certification for teaching highly capable students. Her hobbies include cooking and spending both money and time on her niece, Diana and nephew, Will.