Kelsey is in her forth year of teaching Early Education at Duffield and works with the youngest students in our school starting at just 3 years of age. She is a passionate advocate for the significant impacts that early intervention has on children's language and literacy development, and works with a unique multidisciplinary team to provide a nurturing and therapeutic play-based early intervention environment. She is also excited to take on a team teaching role within our Grade 2 classroom this year.
Kelsey graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta in 2016. While attending the U of A she also worked as an interventionist for the Department of Educational Psychology providing early diagnosis and remediation of reading difficulties in Grade 1 students. Kelsey received a nomination for the Edwin Parr Award for outstanding first-year teaching.
Kelsey and her husband, Patrick, have three children, Emma (12), Rylie (9), and Nikyla (7). They recently moved to Parkland County and are proud to be a part of such an amazing and caring community. She is excited to see what the future holds!