Christine Cumbo is a dedicated kindergarten teacher with an impressive educational background and a wealth of teaching experience. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Child and Adolescent Development from San Jose State University, which equips her with a strong foundation in understanding the developmental needs of young children. In addition to her BA, she is currently finishing her teaching credential at Santa Clara University, which will further enhancing her qualifications and expertise in the field of education.
With 14 years of teaching experience, Christine has a proven track record of effectively working with young learners. Her passion for education is evident in her commitment to creating a joyful learning environment that caters to various learning styles, ensuring that every child in her classroom thrives. Her focus on kindergarten and early childhood education means that she plays a crucial role in shaping young minds and helping them develop a love for reading and learning from an early age.
What sets Christine apart is her deep connection to the school community. As a current parent of two students in the school, she has a personal stake in upholding the school’s tradition of academic excellence and fostering a strong sense of community spirit among students, parents, and staff alike.
Outside of her teaching responsibilities, Christine enjoys a variety of hobbies, including cooking, gardening, traveling, and spending quality time with her family, friends, and two dogs. Her diverse interests and commitment to both her professional and personal life make her a well-rounded and valuable member of the school community.