Savanna was born in the beautiful town of Salmon, Idaho. She spent her childhood sharing time between Salmon and the ever growing Treasure Valley, this diversity created a love for the capital city and the beautiful mountains. She spent the summers floating the river, fishing, and camping. In the winters her and her family would often go snowmobiling, sledding, or to her dismay, skiing. She has a passion for leaving the world better than she found it, whether that be collecting trash and cleaning up on outings, or inspiring others to believe in themselves and to know that they are cared for. Savanna's busy family includes her three children Elijah, Carmen, Loralai, and her husband Shane. She has a background in healthcare as well as in education. She fully believes in growth mindset and providing an impactful project based mastery education. Our youth are the future, and she is inspired to work with them.
Mr. Van Zandt finished his undergraduate degree with Honors and Cum Laude distinctions. His highest Math Completed in his undergraduate degree was Calculus II with Geometric Analytics. Currently, Mr. Van Zandt is finishing his master’s degree in Mathematics Education with a focus on Middle School Mathematics. Mr. Van Zandt is highly-qualified and certified in K-8 Education and in 5-9 Mathematics in Idaho. He loves discovering how each student solves problems and working with students to help them realize their potential in not just Math, but in their learning career.
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Miss Kate grew up here in the Treasure Valley before moving to California to pursue her education. Now back home, she has a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from Sonoma State University and a love for teaching. Working as a long-term substitute teacher for the Vallejo City Unified School District last year, and a few years prior working with K-5 students struggling in math and ELA as a volunteer at Stefan Manor Elementary School in Vallejo, CA. She has found a passion for teaching and helping children excel. When not at home reading a book or baking, she can be found outdoors hiking, camping, or fishing. She, her fiancé, and their two cats live in Boise, enjoying living just minutes from some amazing trails and outdoor life while still getting the taste of city life.
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