St. Paul's employs exemplary childhood educators.
All teachers have worked extensively with preschool children, maintain memberships in professional early childhood organizations, and place strong value in their continuing education.
Kirsten Radivoyevitch came to St. Paul's with a Bachelor's Degree in both Anthropology and Sociology from Allegheny College, and an M.Ed. in Elementary Education from John Carroll University. She taught elementary school before becoming the Education Programs Specialist at an architectural museum in South Carolina where she taught ages 2-102. She eventually focused on preschool education and completed coursework in this specialized area. Kirsten has been an NAEYC member and has taught part-time preschool for many years, 6 of which have been at St. Paul's.
Debbie Binkofsky has taught Early Childhood Education since 1996 maintaining many close relationships with former families. Debbie has earned a CDA, a credential awarded by the Council of Early Childhood Professional Recognition headquartered in Washington, DC. She has taken numerous classes and workshops in the area of Early Chilhood Education including working with children with special needs, teaching values to young children, and implementing the Ohio Based Standards of Education set out by the State of Ohio into a hands on engaging curriculum.
Liz Young has taught our Early Friday 3’s class and is currently teaching the Young 3’s and AM 3 classes. This is Liz’s fourth year as a teacher at St. Paul’s. She has extensive experience at St. Paul’s as both a parent and board member. Liz is also our Lunch Bunch coordinator.
Last Updated on Thursday, 03 January 2013 16:07