Caitlin Kline

    English Language Development
    After growing up in Boulder, I received my bachelor’s degree in
    Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity from Stanford University, writing my thesis about the benefits of racially diverse school environment including a case study of Whittier! I stayed at Stanford to get my master’s degree in Elementary Education in 2006. As a part of my master’s program I earned my bilingual and English Language Development endorsements. Before coming to Whittier I taught 4th and 5th grades in a bilingual school in BVSD.  At Whittier, I love working with students, parents, and teachers in grades K-5 and enjoy any opportunity to speak Spanish!
    I love working with kids and am passionate about educational equity. When I am not in the classroom I enjoy playing violin with the Longmont Symphony Orchestra and spending time with my family. My other hobbies include knitting, hiking, gardening, reading, playing board games, and drinking tea.