She believes in developing the whole child and uses a student-centered approach in the classroom.
Amy Hill graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and philosophy. While attending college, she played fastpitch softball on an athletic scholarship. Ms. Hill attended Saint Martin’s University in Lacey, WA, where she received her master’s degree in elementary education (K-8) and reading/literacy (K-12) in 2011. Ms. Hill is a National Board Certified Teacher with a certification track in Literacy: Reading-Language Arts/Early and Middle Childhood.
She believes in developing the whole child and uses a student-centered approach in the classroom. Ms. Hill worked as a third grade teacher for Olympia School District in Washington State for six years before coming to DAIS in Fall 2018. She enjoys traveling, running, hiking, biking, skiing, paddle boarding, and just about anything outdoors. Ms. Hill has a Tonkinese cat named Cali.