Ms. Campbell has been a part of the Community Partnership Community for 10 years. Ms. Campbell has studied early childhood education and is very dedicated to supporting students in their academic and personal goals. She has worked with incoming kindergarteners for the past 6 years and enjoys watching her students grow throughout the year to reach their full potential. Ms. Campbell is a proud mother of a Community Partnership graduate, her son has attended CPCS since kindergarten. She enjoys cooking and baking for her family and well as vacationing in warm sunny locations during her free time.
"I teach to instill a love of learning and reading in my students. I want to be the someone who believed they could when they thought they couldn’t."
Ms. DiSanto has been an educator at Community Partnership for two years. Ms. DiSanto’s greatest accomplishment as a teacher is being able to motivated scholars, hold them accountable and making them aware of their educational goals. Ms. DiSanto has BA in early childhood and students with disabilities and an MA in Special Education with a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorder. On her free time Ms. DiSanto loves spending time with her family and friends. She loves warm weather, going to the beach and enjoying the outdoors.
Ms. Sims' experience has taught her it is important to value and contribute to a cohesive, focused, and supportive academic community dedicated to shaping educators and learners to implement the most effective and innovative practices ensuring academic success. CPCS embodies these principles and challenges Ms. Sims to grow personally and professionally while guiding successful scholars.
Kristin attended Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio and received a Bachelors of Arts in Education. Her education experience in the classroom working with scholars from levels Pre-K to Seventh Grade.
Before joining the educator team at CPCS in Brooklyn, Ms. Sims spent her first two years teaching in Charleston, South Carolina followed by six years of international educational experience teaching and developing the foundational infrastructure, curriculum, and professional development of the public school system in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Ms. Sims is thrilled to be back in the United States and continuing her career with CPCS.
Ms. Sims loves to be creative, travel, spend time outdoors, play sports, read a great book, and hunt down street art around New York City.
Through respect, encouragement, and hard work, Ms. Sims strives to develop a community of learners ready to rise to academic and social success. She plans to continue researching curriculum development and strategic practices while continuing her instructional success within the academic communities of Brooklyn. One day, Ms. Sims hopes to use this rich experience to become an international social activist promoting education for all intercultural communities.