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I can’t imagine a better career than teaching! I have loved this work for over 25 years. After graduating from San Francisco State University with a BA in Liberal Studies and a Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential, I began teaching in the San Mateo, Foster City School District primarily in 2nd and 3rd grade. In 2000, the O’Loane Family left San Francisco and moved to San Ramon. It seemed like yesterday that we attended the grand opening celebration of Coyote Creek Elementary. Balloons, music, stilt-walkers, BBQ, ice cream, cotton candy and visiting dignitaries made it a memorable day. Soon after the school opened its doors (then to just over 300 students) I started substitute teaching exclusively there. Over the years, I worked at every grade-level, served on almost every committee and have encountered the most dedicated families I have ever met. I am very proud to be a member of this staff and to serve this community.
I am a native San Franciscan. I am married to a great guy named Phil. We live in San Ramon with our daughters Phoebe, (18) and Eloise (16) and our dog, Minnie.
I joined the Coyote Creek staff in 2003 and have taught kindergarten for many years. I received my Bachelor's Degree at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in Social Science and got my teaching credential from Saint Mary's College in Moraga.
I have lived in the San Ramon Valley for most of my life. I currently reside in Livermore and have three adult children.
I enjoy spending time with my family, going to sporting events, golfing, shopping and spending time at our cabin in Johnsville.
I have been a teacher at Coyote Creek since the 2nd year it was opened. I have taught 2nd, Kindergarten, and 1st grade. In my spare time I teach yoga in Danville. I live in Oakland with my husband and two wonderful kids. I have been in the Bay Area since I graduated from UCSB in 1999. I am originally from Southern California where my family still lives.