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Friday Faces 2014: Little Wonders through Intermediate

Happy Friday! We have a couple of (somewhat) new faces to introduce you to today. Both of these ladies came to us mid-year last year, so they aren’t exactly new, but new to Friday Faces:

Kaitlyn Perry

Kindergarten – Intermediate Music Teacher

Q: What is your degree in?

A: Music Education

Q: What was your last job before your SLOCA life?

A: My last (and still current) job before SLOCA was teaching private music lessons at Music Motive in SLO.

Q: What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

A: The first thing I do in the morning is make coffee!

Q: What is your favorite local restaurant?

A: My favorite local restaurant is Firestone Grill.

Q: What was your favorite book when you were a child?

A: I loved all the Dr. Seuss books when I was a child – especially Green Eggs and Ham!

Q: What is your favorite piece of literature? 

A: My favorite piece of literature is To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

Cecelia Nutting

Intermediate Core Teacher and Level 4 Math Teacher (Track B),

Friday Foundations Intermediate Teacher

Q: What is your degree in?

A: B.S. in Liberal Studies with concentration in Elementary Education.

Q: What was your last job before your SLOCA life?

A: Right before I came to SLOCA I was working for a tech company here in San Luis Obispo called MindBody where I trained our clients how to use the software. Before that I taught back home in the Merced/Atwater area for 6 years as a classroom teacher. 

Q: What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

A: First thing I do is feed my bunny – he's a hungry fellow! 

Q: What is your favorite local restaurant?

A: That's a hard question to answer. It depends on my mood. I love to eat at MyThai, Shalimar, and Yanagi Sushi. 

Q: What was your favorite book when you were a child?

A: I loved reading the Nancy Drew mystery stories. I also adored the book, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg. 

Q: What is your favorite piece of literature that we've read at SLOCA? 

A: That's another hard question to answer as I enjoyed many of them, but the one that stands out is The Bronze Bow by Elizabeth George Speare as I really enjoyed the conversations we had in the classroom about this story.

CLICK HERE to read last year’s Friday Faces on our returning Little Wonders teachers.

CLICK HERE to read last year’s Friday Faces on our returning Kindergarten teachers.

CLICK HERE to read last year’s Friday Faces on our returning Primary teachers.

CLICK HERE to read last year’s Friday Faces on our returning Intermediate teachers.

It’s so nice to hear a little about you both – thank you for sharing, and for being part of our kids’ lives!

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