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Meet Your Teacher: KayLee Saga-Krebs

Editor's note: Meet Your Teacher is a weekly series spotlighting new teachers within the Perham-Dent School District. Q: What are you teaching here in Perham? A: I teach 4-year-olds at Kid's Adventure Preschool. Q: Have you taught anywhere else b...

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Editor’s note: Meet Your Teacher is a weekly series spotlighting new teachers within the Perham-Dent School District.

 

Q: What are you teaching here in Perham?

A: I teach 4-year-olds at Kid’s Adventure Preschool.

 

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Q: Have you taught anywhere else before? Where and when did you teach?

A: I taught one year of kindergarten and one year of first grade in Buffalo, N.D. for the Maple Valley School District.

 

Q: Where did you attend college? What was your major and degree?

A: I graduated from Minnesota State University in Moorhead in 2013 with a double major in early childhood education and elementary education, and a minor if special education.

 

Q: Where did you grow up?

A: I am originally from Fertile, Minn. I graduated from Fertile-Beltrami High School in 2008.

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Q: Why did you decide to become a teacher?

A: I went into college knowing I wanted to be a teacher.

 

Q: What are you most looking forward to about teaching in Perham?

A: I am excited to teach in the Perham School District. I have met so many nice people and I can see that it is a very progressive district, which is exciting!

 

Fun fact about KayLee:

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My husband, Jacob, and I enjoy vacationing to state parks. We are trying to see as many as we can!

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A writer, editor and mom of four (two kids, two dogs), Marie's been in the newspaper business for over 20 years. She started at the Detroit Lakes Tribune in 2017 after working just down the road at the Perham Focus for several years. Before that, she was at the Herald-Review in Grand Rapids, Minn.
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