During her fifteen years as an educator, including six years at Westminster Academy, Kathie has primarily taught United States history, government, and economics. Additionally, she has instructed students in world history, literature, consumer math, and Bible doctrine. She also taught a home school humanities co-op for juniors covering 20th Century United States history and American literature. Kathie has a love for books and quality writing, and she was able to incorporate these interests while overseeing a local church library for a few years. She has long attended Community Bible Study and is currently a core group leader. Of course, family, friends, and dogs are very important in her life!
I am so glad to be back at Westminster Academy! I look forward to a new assignment in the Writing Lab and assisting students in developing their skills. I have always required my history students to write frequently. Therefore, I see my upcoming role as an extension of what I have accomplished in my previous classes. I am enthused to teach students how to express themselves in their own voice and write with clarity and substance. It is a privilege to have the freedom to interact with students, build relationships, and encourage them in their faith and the truth of the Gospel.