Welcome to Ms. Harvey’s Kindergarten Huddle! I am so excited to
be teaching Kindergarten this year! This is my 2nd year at
Leataata Floyd. This is my 17th year of teaching and my 8th year
teaching Kindergarten. I earned my Bachelor of Arts Degree from
the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. I majored
in Liberal Studies(Teaching) and minored in Biology. I earned my
teaching credential while interning in Stockton Unified. I am so
grateful to be here teaching at Leataata Floyd with such amazing
scholars, teachers, administration, and staff.
Hello parents and friends of Leataata Floyd! Welcome to
Leataata Floyd, and thank you for visiting my page. My name
is Yee Vang and I’ll be teaching first grade. I’m excited to be
your child’s teacher. Please do not hesitate to ask me
questions about the school year and how we can collaborate
together to make this a successful year for us all. I look
forward to a great and productive school year.
Hello everyone, and welcome! I’m so excited that
this will be my seventh year here at Leataata Floyd! I’m
looking forward to teaching second grade.
I completed my undergraduate degree and credential program at
Sacramento State University. I am continuing my education with
the Professional Development Institute through UC San Diego.
I enjoy traveling, reading, coffee, exercise, and sleep. I value
hard work, and dedication to finishing what one has started. I
value my family and friends who love and support me in any and
all endeavors I pursue.
I’ve had the privilege of working at Leataata Floyd for the
past four years. This will be my second year teaching third
grade; the previous two years I served our school as a City Year
member and Team Leader.
I attended San Jose State University (SJSU) and graduated
with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work. I am currently
completing a credentialing program through Loyola Marymount
University (LMU) and am a Teach For America teacher.
I am a graduate of Sacramento City College
where I received my A.A. in Sociology. I then attended
National University where I received my Bachelors in Sociology
and my Masters in Education specializing in Teacher Leadership.
I am currently attending Fortune School of Education to
complete my Multiple Subject Credential.
Welcome back! I am thrilled to say that I am teaching a 4th/5th
split this year. This is my 4th year at Floyd. I started at Floyd
with 2nd grade and I have looped ever since with my class.
Overall, this is my 10th year teaching and I have taught from 1st
to 8th grade. I love that I have found a home here at
Welcome. My name is Diane Lee and this is my 6th year teaching at
Leataata Floyd. I work as a special education teacher and support
all students and classrooms. I attended UC Davis for my
undergraduate, where I got my Bachelors Degree in Human
Development. I then attended CSU, Sacramento for my
credential and Masters in Education. When I’m not at work, I love
spending time with my daughter Adalynn. We love reading together
and spending time with family.
Hi, my name is Cynthia Norris and this is my fourth year as
part of the LFE team. I provide speech and language
services to students with speech and language impairments.
Speech and language therapy at LFE includes assisting
students with speech articulation (producing sounds in words and
conversation), social skills, receptive language (the ability to
comprehend spoken information), and expressive language (the
ability to express ideas clearly and appropriately). I
enjoy working with students both in their classrooms and my
The 2020-2021 school year will be my 20th year in the district
and my eleventh at Leataata Floyd! I love working with the
students, families, and staff in the Floyd community. My training
is in mental health, community and youth development, social work
and education. I use a trauma-engaged approach and am genuinely
passionate about the wellbeing of each student and staff member
on campus. I love partnering with families in helping their
children thrive. I am passionate about mindfulness and learning
and teaching strategies to navigate the stressors we face in
Jason Knighton, founder of ConditionsFor Learning, has been working
in classrooms for over 20 years. After graduating
from California State University Sacramento (CSUS),
with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 1992, he obtained
his teaching credential from the Multicultural/Multilingual
Teacher Preparation Center within CSUS, Sacramento in 1993.
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