Mrs. Katelyn Kim

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M.Ed. with certifications in Spanish and Social Studies from West Virginia University B.A. in International Cultural Studies from Waynesburg University

Mrs. Katelyn Kim

Hola, I'm Katelyn Kim and I teach Spanish 1 and 2 at Smithfield-Selma High School. Prior to joining the Foreign Language department at SSS in the fall of 2016, I taught Spanish 1-3 in Clarksburg, West Virginia and was a program coordinator for first year students at West Virginia University. I lived in Morgantown, WV for 5 years after moving from my hometown in Pennsylvania. While the North Carolina winters have been a nice change of pace, I really miss the mountains! I also lived in Costa Rica for a semester in college where I learned to speak Spanish. I hope to be able to return sometime soon! 

My husband and I live in Wilson, NC with our dog, Riley, and cat, Lola. I love cooking, running, rock climbing, playing guitar, singing, and reading. If I wasn't a teacher, I'd either be an actress or own a bakery...or maybe both! 

 

Parents and guardians of 1st semester students: take a moment and fill out my survey so that we can stay in contact this semester. 
Parent Survey
Encuesta en Español

  • Supply List:

    • 3 subject notebook

    • glue stick or mini stapler

    • pens, pencils, and erasers

    • highlighters (multiple colors)

    • sticky notes

     

     

    Fall Semester Schedule:

    • Block 1: Spanish 1

    • Block 2: Spanish 1

    • Block 3: Planning

    • Block 4: Spanish 1

     

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