Teacher Fabienne started out as a parent at KCP in 1996 and then returned as Assistant Teacher in 2005. She served in this role for 16 years before becoming one of our Co-Teachers.
Fabienne has four daughters of her own, all of whom are KCP alumni, and one granddaughter who graduated from KCP! Having spent over twenty years with our KCP and completed coursework in early childhood education, Fabienne is an incredible resource to our cooperative community. She brings her creativity to the classroom while cultivating a nurturing environment for children and parents to learn and grow.
“My years at KCP have helped me grow into the parent I am today. Our program has helped me learn wonderful communication and coping skills. KCP helped my children learn to be confident in their individual gifts and instilled in them a life-long thirst for learning. I am excited to be a part of your child’s early education experience.” – Teacher Fabienne
We are excited to welcome Teacher Sue to our school for the 2022-23 school year! Sue has worked with young children for over twenty years. She holds a BA in Psychology and also earned a teaching certification from the University of Washington. Sue started teaching as a substitute teacher in Seattle and North Kitsap School Districts before beginning her career in early childhood education. She spent 8 years teaching at Indianola Preschool and 20 at Poulsbo Cooperative Preschool before joining us at KCP.
Creative expression is a favorite aspect of teaching for Sue. Arts and crafts, cooking, singing, and growing things are an integral part of her preschool curriculum. She especially enjoys supporting children as they put in the effort to master new skills. She loves to see them develop a sense of pride in themselves.
It’s no surprise Sue grew up to be a preschool teacher. Her father, a minister in Suquamish, and her mother, the Director of Fishline Food Bank for 30 years, showed Sue how rewarding and meaningful it is to care for and be of service to others.