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Goldstein, Emily

Physical Therapist

ergoldstein@seattleschools.org

Hamilton, Daniel

AP Computer Science A Teacher

djhamilton@seattleschools.org

Biography

This is my fourth year at Cleveland and second year teaching AP Computer Science A. Outside of the classroom I coach cross country, wrestling, and track. My background is in software development, and apart from my time at Cleveland I work as a software engineer at Slalom Consulting. I get really excited about helping students discover skills and career possibilities that they are passionate about.

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2019-present: AP Computer Science A

2018-2019: CS Senior Project co-teacher

2017-2018: AP Computer Science A volunteer

2017-present: Cross Country/Wrestling/Track coach


Class Schedule:
Period 7: AP Computer Science A
Period 8: AP Computer Science A

Contact Information:

Voicemail: 206-252-7825

Email: djhamilton@seattleschools.org

Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/9deb8f

 

Harding, Jamil

jtharding@seattleschools.org

Biography

Restorative Circle Coordinator Conflict resolution for students and staff to help to build, foster and repair relationships between students and peers, and students and staff.

Hashimoto, Isabella

Humanities Teacher

ighashimoto@seattleschools.org

Haskins, Micael

Admin Intern, AIS, OCR, 12th grade student support.

mfhaskins@seattleschools.org

Haynes, Leanard

Network Experience Coordinator

ldhaynes@seattleschools.org

Hughes, Jonathan

Athletic Director / Health Teacher

jchughes@seattleschools.org

Biography

Mr. Hughes is the Cleveland High Athletic Director and has been an educator for a decade now (Madrona, South Shore, Cleveland). As a long time coach, he has created unique opportunities for Central/South Seattle student athletes, including international competition in China. Hughes has coached baseball, softball, basketball, and soccer. In 2019 he was inducted into the North American Fastpitch Association Coaches Hall of Fame. Hughes has three daughters that played softball at Garfield (in 2019 Garfield won the state championship with many players Hughes coached with Seattle Spice Inner City). Hughes was a local attorney before beginning his career in education. Athletics has always been a huge focus, as Hughes played football at Univ. of San Diego and was a cheerleader at Univ. of New Mexico. Hughes has focused on increasing participation for Eagle student athletes and in 2019 brought in two new sports: girls bowling and slowpitch softball. When Hughes is not coaching/teaching, you can find him fishing on his kayak, hanging with his family, or protesting in the streets for Black Lives Matter.

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Instagram:  @clevelandeagleathletics

www.clevelandeagles.org

Class Schedule for 2020/21:  

HEALTH CLASSES - Semester 1

2nd Period

4th Period

5th Period

Ibarra, Trisa

School Social Worker

tribarra@seattleschools.org

Biography

Building school social worker as well as 504 coordinator for 9th and 10th grade students.

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Reach out to me for any resource question or needs for yourself or your family! I can either provide you resources or find it for you. I can also answer any questions about attendance or 504. If you are calling, please leave me a message! I will get back to you at my earliest convenience. 

Jennings, Sandra

Lunchroom Manager

sljennings@seattleschools.org

Jimenez, Isaura

Humanities 11

isjimenez@seattleschools.org

Biography

Hi all, my name is isaura jiménez guerra (they/them) and I go by Mx. jiménez guerra. This is my first year at Cleveland. I have spent the last 12 years working alongside young people and their families in South King County as a youth organizer, a case manager, and most recently as a teacher. I'm excited to join our school community as an 11th grade humanities teacher and a 9th grade advisory teacher. If you have any questions you can always reach me at isjimenez@seattleschools.org , or through our class echo page. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hola a todas/todos/todes, mi nombre es isaura jiménez guerra (elle) y me pueden referir como Mx. jiménez guerra. Este es mi primer año en Cleveland. He tenido el placer de trabajar con las familias en el sur del condado de King por los pasados 12 años, primero como una organizadora, después como trabajodere social, y ahora como maestre. Estoy emocionade de unirme a nuestra comunidad escolar como maestre de humanidades del 11 ° grado y maestre de tutoría del 9 ° grado. Si tiene alguna pregunta, siempre puede comunicarse conmigo por correo electrónico usando esta dirección, isjimenez@seattleschools.org, o a través de nuestra página de clase en echo.

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Semester 1 Schedule:

1st/2nd: 11th Grade Humanities co-taught with Mr. Laude


3rd/4th: 11th Grade Humanities


5th/6th:Planning Period


7th/8th: 11th Grade Humanities

 

9th Grade Advisory

Jones, Victoria

Teacher-High School

vsjones@seattleschools.org

Keegan, Tymmony

Teacher

tjkeegan@seattleschools.org

Biography

10th grade Humanities Class schedule: Coming soon! Office hours: Coming soon! Gender pronouns: she/her Ethnicity: Mixed race (Black and White)

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These are extraordinary times that while riddled with heartache, trauma, and growing inequalities, are also times that are filled with hope and possibility. It is my goal and my duty as an educator - particularly as an educator of color who teaches young people of color - to help those young people uncover their truths and manifest their dreams so that they feel empowered to liberate themselves and the world. 

I'm entering my 6th year as an educator and am officially claiming the title of an abolitionist teacher, which means I am committed to...'the practice of working in solidarity with communities of color while drawing on the imagination, creativity, refusal, (re)membering, visionary thinking, healing, rebellious spirit, boldness, determination, and subversiveness of abolitionists to eradicate injustice in and outside of schools' (Dr. Bettina Love -- We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom). 

I am excited to be a part of the Cleveland community - go Eagles!

Kekuna, Jennifer

Special Education Teacher

jmkekuna@seattleschools.org

Personal Message

Hello Meany Middle School! My name is Jennifer Kekuna and I am very excited to be joining such an amazing community!

I decided I wanted to pursue a career in education during my own middle school years. It was during this pre-teen time in my life where I began to find my own identity. I had amazing teachers that helped me on this journey, and I made a personal pledge to one day make a difference in the lives of some youth. I have had wonderful teaching experiences over the last few years, all of which have been in diverse environments.

I was born and raised in Hawai'i and later attended college at Gonzaga University in Spokane, where I earned my degree in Special Education. I went back home to begin my teaching career and taught most core subjects in either a resource or self-contained setting for six years. I then made my way back to Washington state, and I've been with Seattle Public Schools at Cleveland High STEM for the past eight years. While at Cleveland, I've had the opportunity to co-teach with many teachers and ensure successes for all students while learning in an inclusion environment.

Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my husband and three children. We love being outdoors or watching movies. I also have a passion for dancing hula.

I believe that all students, regardless of their challenges, should have every opportunity to expand their knowledge and become successful. I am excited to begin my new journey with such an awesome school!

Klatte, Diana

Teacher-High School

dhklatte@seattleschools.org

Kowalke, Gregory

Teacher-High School

glkowalke@seattleschools.org

Biography

Greg Kowalke (he/him) worked as a marine biologist for 22 years at both public and private labs in California, Oregon, and Washington. His area of expertise is plankton ecology. Mr. Kowalke received a Masters in Science in Biological Oceanography in 2010, and a Masters in Teaching from Seattle University in 2014. He has taught biology at Cleveland High School since 2014.

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CLASS SCHEDULE

  • Period 1: Biology
  • Period 2: Biology
  • Period 3: Biology
  • Period 4: Biology
  • Period 8: Biology

Contact by email or phone (goes to voicemail)

Drop in Office Hours listed on ECHO