Linda Lee has over twenty years of experience as an elementary educator serving diverse demographics, such as Title I, English Language Learner, and minority students in preschool through sixth grades. She has served as a director, a technology coordinator, a bilingual teacher (Spanish), and she is a National Board Certified, Early Childhood Generalist. She is experienced in obtaining school accreditations from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
She is a native of Los Angeles and was a student of the Los Angeles Unified School District. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology from the University of California, Los Angeles; a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction with an Urban Education focus and Master of Arts in Computer Education from California State University Los Angeles; and an Educational Doctorate in K-12 Educational Leadership with an emphasis on School and System Redesign, at California State University Los Angeles.
Nick Zanoria’s passion for teaching and nurturing the growth of children grew from summers spent working at residential summer camps. As a student at UCLA, where he earned a B.A. in Sociology and later a Master Degree in Education, he shared his love of the outdoors with children as a counselor at UCLA Unicamp. After college, Nick spent several years as a camp director, designing engaging activities, facilitating ropes courses, and training staff how to foster children’s growth by helping them to develop independence and self-reliance. He put these experiences to good use as a fifth and sixth grade teacher at LFCSA, preparing our students for the academic rigors and personal challenges they would face as they moved on to the next stage of their education. After serving on numerous committees where he helped to develop curriculum and refine systems at our school, Nick decided to pursue his interests in administration by joining the administrative team, where he could continue to serve and work with the students, staff, and families of LFCSA. Outside of school, he enjoys building toys and creating games with his children, cycling, camping, and spending time outdoors.
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Michelle Jones has been with LFCSA from the very beginning when we first opened our doors in 2006.
Johanna studied Film at New York University and then went on to work as a television production coordinator. She also taught film studies at Gibbs College in New York City. After having her own children, Johanna became passionate about non-violent parenting/teaching and trained with the Echo Parenting Center. She used her training to design enrichment programs for pre-schools that focused on students’ socio-emotional growth. She is excited that her role at LFCSA has given her the opportunity to combine her coordinating skills with her love of the arts, in an environment that allows students to grow not only academically but socio-emotionally.