Amy Haseyama is originally from New England where she graduated from Boston University with a BA in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Development. While teaching second grade in Seattle, Amy received her MA in Educational Technology. She taught a number of years in elementary school before deciding to spend some time at home with her three children. Amy continued to volunteer in her children’s classrooms and returned to school to receive her Crosscultural Language and Academic Development Certification. Over the last seven years Amy has taught at San Dieguito United Methodist Preschool while also substitute teaching in Encinitas Union School District.
Amy is very excited to share her love for education. She believes strongly in a community that provides a learning environment fostering confidence and problem solving and encourages children to reach their full academic potential while becoming life-long learners.
When Amy is not teaching you can find her with her family. She lives in Encinitas with her husband Todd and three children Darian, Kai and Blake. When she is not on the sidelines of the soccer field, track meets, or keeping score for baseball games, you may find her at the beach, reading, hiking or enjoying sports of all kinds.