We are excited to introduce Anne Mullin and Nicole Endacott, who will be joining our Middle School Faculty this year.
Anne grew up in Washington D. C., where she attended schools much like Baymonte, so she knows the value of a small, nurturing educational atmosphere.
In 1998, Anne received her BA in education from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. She also holds an MA from St. John’s College in Annapolis Maryland, where she completed the Great Books program. Anne also attended Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English, a program designed specifically for Language Arts teachers.
Anne has 2 little ones who also attend Baymonte. Tommy will be starting in Kindergarten, and Shawn will be attending Pre-K.
Anne will be teaching 6th Grade English and 7th Grade History. She has a lot of fun activities for her 6th and 7th graders and cannot wait for the year to begin!
Nicole Endacott studied Biology with an Ecology emphasis at Azusa Pacific University. She has worked as a Naturalist at Mission Spring Science Camp and loves sharing nature with middle-schoolers. Most recently, Nicole taught Genetics, Ecology, and Algebra to gifted elementary and middle school students at the Institute for Educational Advancement in Pasadena, CA.
When she’s not at school, you’ll find Nicole outdoors–usually hiking or at the beach!
Nicole will be teaching 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Science. She has many labs planned and is looking forward to meeting her new students!
We are also pleased to announce that Yvette Bustamante will join the staff as our Spanish teacher and Scott Tuttle will be teaching electives and after school study hall. More details to follow soon!