Ms. Susan (Clapp)
~graduated from Concord University with honors in Elementary Education and an emphasis in reading,
~has been involved in teaching children since she was 13,
~was awarded Who’s Who Among American Teachers in 2005,
~joined the Westminster Preschool staff in 1997;
~keeps abreast of new methods by attending seminars, such as the 2005 WVAYC Kindergarten Workshop with Dr. Jean Feldman.
This year Ms. Susan is teaching our Intermediate classroom in Room 210.
Ms. Linda (Mullennex)
~graduated with honors from Bluefield College, receiving licensure in Early Childhood,
~joined the staff of Westminster Preschool in 1994,
~has been an instructor of adults for the West Virginia Apprenticeship for Childhood Development Specialists program,
~keeps abreast of professional trends through training in current methods, such as ECHERS, the Early Childhood Environmental Rating System,
~was named to Who’s Who Among American Teachers in 2005,
--has served as a Early Education representative on an Assoication of Christian Schools International Accreditation Team.
This year Ms. Linda is teaching a K Bound class in room 208 and is also Director of WPS.
Ms. Heather (Shockley)
~earned a B.A. in Music Education, Pre K – 12, and holds a Virginia Teaching License,
~joined the staff of Westminster Preschool in 2003,
~has been the Children’s Choir Director at Green Valley Baptist Church in Lebanon, VA,
~has been an instructor for the Bluefield Fine Arts Community School, as well as doing private piano instruction,
~earned graduate credit at Concord University in Early Care and Education, Pre K – Kindergarten Methods and Materials.
This year Ms. Heather is teaching a K Bound class in Room 207.
Ms. Eva (Brown)
~ graduated from Bluefield High School and has attended Bluefield State,
~joined the Westminster Preschool staff in 2000,
~has been an active volunteer with Bible in the Schools,
~is a proud parent of two Westminster Preschool graduates,
~is a proud parent and grandparent of four Westminster students.
This year Ms. Eva is driving our bus and assisting in our classrooms.
Ms. Pam (Browning)
~graduated from Bluefield High School,
~joined the Westminster Preschool staff in 2003,
~is Worship Leader and a member of Voice of Praise,
~has lead the Voice of Praise Kidz Choir and produced children’s Christmas and Easter programs,
~has been Children’s Education Director at Voice of Praise, as well as Vacation Bible School Director,
-has been an active volunteer with Bible in the Schools, as well as a homeroom mother and Read Aloud volunteer.
This year Ms. Pam teaches music daily.
Ms. Bridget (Hoosier)
--taught at Westminster Preschool for 11 years and assisted at Bonsack Baptist Preschool in Roanoke for 5 years,
--holds a Career Studies Certificate in Early Childhood Education at Southwest Virginia Community College,
--has WV Infant and Toddler certification,
--keeps abreast of current educational theory through classes like Math and Science for the Young Child and Preschool Inclusion at Concord University,
--nominated for Bluefield Daily Telegraph’s Teacher of the Year 2013, inducted into National Honor Roll’s Outstanding American Teachers, and awarded Who’s Who Among American Teachers in 2005,
--is the proud grandmother of three Westminster Preschool students.
Ms. Bridget will be the Toddler teacher, where she began her years at Westminster Preschool.
Ms. Kimberly (Wright)
~holds an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Development as well as a Early Childhood Education certificate from Southwest Virginia Community College,
~member of Phi Thetta Kappa honorary at Southwest Virginia Community College;
~assistant coach for Graham High School Cross Country Team,
~proud parent of three Westminster Preschool grads.
This year Ms. Kim is teaching our Beginner class in Room 209.
Ms. Robin (Morris)
--graduated from Graham High school,
--is currently enrolled in the WV Apprenticeship for Childhood Development Specialist program with the U.S. Department of Labor,
--works with babies and preschoolers at her church,
--is a proud parent of two.
This year Ms. Robin greets our students in Early Arrival.