There will be four new faces around campus on Elementary days this fall. We’d like to introduce them to you, so y’all can extend a warm Calvary greeting to them when you see them. We love it when Calvary parents join our teaching staff as they understand first-hand the ins-and-outs of the University-Model, and all four of these ladies currently are, have been or will be DCA parents. From the left…
Krystle Fuller, Elementary P.E.
Krystle and her family recently relocated to Ponder, and her son will be entering Kindergarten at DCA this fall. Krystle played golf for DBU where she graduated with a degree in Kinesiology. She will teach all levels of Elementary P.E. Her desire is to make P.E. challenging yet fun through sport skills, gross motor movements, and team games.
Amber Bloom, 4th Grade Language Arts & History
Amber isn’t new to us; she’s an experienced DCA mom to Noah (9th), Andy (7th) and Nicholas (3rd), but we are thrilled that she has joined the teaching team in 4th grade. She’s used her degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (EC through 4th grade) teaching and directing at FBC Corinth’s Kid’s Day Out program for the past 10 years, and says “I love children, and I’m thrilled God has given me the opportunity to serve Him and our school as a 4th grade teacher.”
Lisa Schaefer, Kindergarten and Chapel Leader
Lisa comes to us from Grace Covenant Academy, a University-Model school in Frisco, where she taught Kinder/1st for 9 years and served in administration for a year. At DCA, she’ll teach our second Kindergarten class and lead our elementary chapels as well. She might be already be familiar to you, as her two boys graduated from Calvary a few years ago. In addition to teaching at DCA this year, Lisa is also a pastor’s wife and teaches piano lessons.
Rachel Eaton, 5th Grade Math
Rachel Eaton is another DCA mom joining our ranks as the 5th grade math teacher. She has four children, 2 at DCA in 2nd grade and starting Kindergarten, as well as a 1 and 3 year old at home. She has previous experience teaching 5th grade math, and also put her master’s degree in Library Sciences to work as a librarian in the Frisco ISD.