Ann teaches in the Kaleidoscope Preschool Program at Meadowbrook Elementary. She enjoys working with children and getting to know their families. You can register for the Kaleidoscope Preschool Programs through Harley Hopkins Early Childhood Learning Center at 952.988.5000.
Mrs. Arnold began teaching Learning Support groups at Meadowbrook during the 2011-12 school year. She has really enjoyed working with small groups of students on their reading and math skills so they can become more successful in their homeroom classrooms.
Tracey Beaverson has been working in the Hopkins Public Schools since 2008. For 8 years she taught 5th and 3rd grades at Alice Smith Elementary and for 2 years she taught 3rd grade at Meadowbrook Elementary.
Kim Browdie has been with the Hopkins Public Schools since 1999. Prior to teaching she worked as a dental assistant for seven years. Her education background includes a BS in Elementary Education from Minnesota State University–Moorhead.
Education is a career change for Chuck. His first degree was a Bachelor of Arts degree from Augsburg College, and his second degree, which he obtained 8 years later, is a Bachelor of Science degree for Elementary Education from the University of Minnesota.
Mindy Erdal has been teaching Physical Education in the Hopkins Public Schools since 1986. She has taught at Tanglen, Alice Smith, Katherine Curren, and Meadowbrook Elementaries. Mindy is the Elementary Physical Education Lead, a Peer Coach and coaches elementary volleyball at Meadowbrook.
Harald Faber has been working in the Hopkins Public Schools since 2002. For 4 years he taught in the special education department at Hopkins High School and for 10 years in the special education department at Tanglen Elementary school.
Mrs. Gleason has been teaching since 2005 in a variety of grades. In 2002 she completed her B.S. in Foundations of Elementary Education through the University of Minnesota, and her Masters of Education shortly there after.
Lara Hammer earned her B.A. in Spanish and Studio Arts from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus. She studied abroad in Cuernavaca, Mexico and in Mérida, Venezuela and focused on South American literature.
Robyn Hartley began her teaching career at Gatewood Elementary School in 1999 as a Learning Resource Teacher in first grade. She taught there for a few years before staying home to be with her children.