Danielle graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelors in Liberal Studies with a focus in literacy and special education. She then moved to Hawaii where she taught and attended University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. It was there where she received her credential and masters of education in teaching. Danielle has been teaching for over 7 years and has worked with children in their child development years through middle school.
Danielle strives to create a strong sense of community and safety in her classroom. She believes that when a student feels safe, seen, heard, and accepted they can finally find the space to learn. Every student, teacher, and families that is in or apart of her class becomes an important piece of the classroom family community.