Concepts learned in school
Mastered after school
Every child in our program graduates at or above grade level.
Serving students furthest from educational justice.
Enrollment is coordinated with Dearborn Park staff to ensure the most under-resourced students are served.
We prioritize Black, Indigenous, People/Students of Color (BIPOC) who also qualify for free-reduced lunch. If you qualify and are interested in enrolling your child, please email email@example.com
Celebrate Your Culture
We follow the Seattle Public Schools Calendar
Ms. Monica Mosqueda
Monica grew up on Beacon Hill. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education and a Masters in Teaching through the University of Washington. She also has a certificate in Education for Environment and Community as an alumni of Islandwood.
Monica has developed a teaching philosophy rooted in youth advocacy, culturally sustaining pedagogy, and experiential learning. She is intentional about creating partnerships with families, and cultivating a classroom space that embraces students' interests.
Monica enjoys supporting Farmers Markets, creating art, and traveling.