Physical Educ. Teacheraageorge@seattleschools.org
Being a Physical Education teacher at Gazert is wonderful. Our classes have the opportunity to engage in a variety of games, athletics and sport related activities. On a personal level, I enjoy traveling. Have had numerous flights to cities all over the world. Incorporating these skills into my teaching practice is fun.
Special Educ. Teacher - Preschoolmbgraham@seattleschools.org
Language Arts Special Education Teacherasguettler@seattleschools.org
Bilingual Instr. Asst. - Spanishwcgutama@seattleschools.org
Health and Safety Supportprhartwick@seattleschools.org
Teacher - Bilingualmhhuse@seattleschools.org
Bilingual Instr. Asst. - Somali Lanuageayhersi@seattleschools.org
Special Educ. Instr. Asst.email@example.com
Bilingual Instr. Asst. - Ahmaric and Oromohmkassa@seattleschools.org
Instr. Asst. - Resource Roomlykim@seattleschools.org
Special Educ. Teacher - Focus Classemlamb@seattleschools.org
I teach 3rd, 4th and 5th grade Special Education in a Focus classroom.
Fourth Grade Teachercmloubetsene@seattleschools.org
Teacher - Math Specialistaslulu@seattleschools.org
I came to the US from Ethiopia in 1981 to attend college. I graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Botany. Later I earned a teaching certificate and a Masters Degree from Pacific Oaks College NW. My program emphasized social justice and early childhood education. I wrote my Master's thesis on "Finding a Better Way to Teach Math to Young Children."
I started teaching at Bailey Gatzert in 1998. I taught 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. In 2010, I became a Math Specialist. I still feel excited when I discover new ways to think about math.
Outside of work I play soccer, paint on paper and canvas, and experiment with string instruments. I'm interested in global politics and spending time with my family.