Kristen Sutich is a well-experienced lower-elementary teacher having taught kindergarten through second grade for more than 20 years. She graduated from Eastern Washington University with a BA in Communication Disorders. After working for a short time as a Speech-Language Therapist Assistant, she attended St. Martin’s University and obtained her K-8 teaching certificate. A few of Kristen’s highlights of teaching kindergarten include, reading stories to the class, watching the amazing social-emotional, academic and physical growth over the year, and often being the first person in their life to introduce a new idea, question, or concept to them.
GHA Tradition: Little and Big Buddies Time
Neighborhood Spot: Netshed 9 is a favorite! I love water views, so hanging out in the harbor is always nice.
Outdoor Activity: I enjoy walking/hiking in the woods or around beautiful nature.
Place to Read: In the warmer months, I enjoy sitting on my little balcony and reading. In cooler weather, I cozy up on my couch with my candles and other fun lights and read with a cup of tea.
Childhood Memory: My annual summer vacation to the San Juan Islands with my parents and sister. The tradition continues and I’ve only missed two years since I was 9 months old!