Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors of Arts in Education Certificate Elementary Education 1-8 Certificate Mild Moderate Disabilities Special Education Certificate Applied Behavior Analysis
Mrs. Katie Beauvais
About the teacher
My name is Katie Beauvais. My family moved from Arizona to Idaho in January of 2017. My family members include my husband Will and our four boys: William 15, Peter 13, Henry 10 and Michael 8. In my spare time, I love to garden, hike, and spend time with my family. Teaching has always been my biggest passion. As a graduate from Arizona State University, I received a bachelor's degree in special education and elementary education. Currently, I am working towards a master's degree in Secondary Special Education in Transition through the University of Kansas. This is my 3rd year teaching and I am excited to be your child's teacher this year!
My mission is to create a classroom that celebrates curiosity and a can-do atmosphere. Our classroom will be a place where students feel important, respected, cared for and believed in. I believe in making meaningful relationships with students by sharing myself, being there for them, talking and listening to students, and knowing who they are. I am a teacher who makes it possible for her students to reach their full potential, ask questions, learn from their mistakes, give and receive feedback, be creative, and try their best. In our classroom real world problems will be solved and each student will believe that they can make a difference. Together, we will celebrate each other’s success and inspire each other to be the best person that we can be.
I will expect your child to take responsibility for their education and learning and will hold them to high standards because I believe in them. I will measure their progress and the success of my instruction through observation, samples of their work, and testing.
I will strive to build a strong parent teacher relationship through regular communication and look forward to working with you and your child this year.