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Educating students to bless our world as disciples of Jesus Christ

Kim Jamison

"I hope to shape the learning and spiritual experience of my students by sharing my love for Jesus and my love of learning with them."

 

Jamison Family
Kimberly Jamison with family.

Position for 2020-2021: Kindergarten Teacher

College & Degree: M.Ed. School Counseling, Wilmington University, New Castle, Delaware; B.S. in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Wilmington University

Please join us in welcoming Mrs. Kimberly Jamison to the WCCS family this year! Mrs. Jamison is one of our new kindergarten teachers this year. She and her family moved to North Carolina a little over a year ago from Ohio.  Both of her children attend school at Westminster as well. Her daughter is in fourth grade and her son is in the sixth grade.  

Tells us something that we would be surprised to know about you: 

I grew up spending every summer at my family’s beach house in Ocean City, NJ from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Describe how you feel God has called you to your particular career path: 

I believe I was led into teaching because I enjoy helping others.

What attracted you to WCCS? 

The Christian environment is what attracted me to WCCS. 

In what particular ways do you hope to shape the learning or spiritual experience of our students here at WCCS? 

I hope to shape the learning and spiritual experience of my students by sharing my love for Jesus and my love of learning with them.

The WCCS mission statement is “educating students to bless our world as disciples of Jesus Christ”. How do you hope to accomplish this as a faculty/staff member? 

I plan to show the mission statement of WCCS by always showing grace to my students and nurturing them so they feel safe and loved at school.  

What is your biggest desire for each student that walks in to your classroom or office? 

I want to help shape my students’ social and emotional growth by practicing how to be a good friend, how to be kind, and how to care about each other.