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Katie Woods

Ms. Woods has worked at Parker in several different roles since 2009. She served on the Board of Directors, as a communications and marketing specialist, and taught lower school Spanish. Born on the Big Island (Honokaa), she lived all over the mainland, before moving back to the island with her family in 2001. Ms. Woods earned her bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Tulane University and a master’s degree in education from Stanford University. She is a freelance writer and a yoga teacher. Her screenplay Hellcats was selected as a finalist in the 2007 LA Femme Film Festival screenplay competition. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, doing yoga, reading, writing, creating art, and traveling. She has two children who have attended Parker School since kindergarten and second grade and are currently in the upper school. Ms. Woods stated, “My goal is to make language learning fun for students and to encourage curiosity about and appreciation for different cultures.”

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Lower School Spanish Teacher
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Ms. Woods has worked at Parker in several different roles since 2009. She served on the Board of Directors, as a communications and marketing specialist, and taught lower school Spanish. Born on the Big Island (Honokaa), she lived all over the mainland, before moving back to the island with her family in 2001. Ms. Woods earned her bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Tulane University and a master’s degree in education from Stanford University. She is a freelance writer and a yoga teacher. Her screenplay Hellcats was selected as a finalist in the 2007 LA Femme Film Festival screenplay competition. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, doing yoga, reading, writing, creating art, and traveling. She has two children who have attended Parker School since kindergarten and second grade and are currently in the upper school. Ms. Woods stated, “My goal is to make language learning fun for students and to encourage curiosity about and appreciation for different cultures.”