Rosland Elementary School
Rosland Elementary is a small school where each child and his/her family is a part of our learning community. Our number one priority is student's safety and well-being. We work continually to provide a nurturing and respectful environment for all students and staff.
Each year, Rosland’s team of educators work very thoughtfully to continue to improve teaching and learning. Staff work to ensure students’ needs are met and that each student has significant growth both academically and socially. Rosland’s goals are:
We measure these goals with assessments, survey data, and growth data. And while these goals are quite wordy, we do take them seriously and know that keeping the student and his/her learning at the center of our work is our foundation.
I am excited to join Rosland Elementary to help support teachers and students in the important work we do each day in the classroom. I am passionate about the power of education to change lives and work to ensure that all students receive the best educational experiences possible. I am also excited to live and work in La Pine where my husband and I can enjoy all the beautiful vistas and outdoor experiences that the area has to offer.
I have a bachelor’s degree in child development and a master’s degree in educational leadership. My career in education began in Edmonds, Washington where I taught elementary for 15 years and began my transition into building leadership. I moved to Othello, WA in 2016 and was the Assistant Principal/Principal for Scootney Springs Elementary for the next 7 years. In Othello, I enjoyed working closely with teachers to improve instructional experiences for students. I learned to value the partnership with families, teachers, and colleagues to make a difference for kids. I can’t wait to begin the year and get to know students, staff, and families and partner together for a great year.
Principal, Rosland Elementary School
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